"We hope that matters can be resolved as quickly as possible and that the stadium can return to pushing the squad onwards. After all, the closing stages of the Champions League last term went so well also thanks to the enthusiasm and passion surrounding the side."
The coach added: "Gilardino does not have any physical problems, he just needs to relax. In training he does well and battles for the ball – this is what he must do during the game as well.
"He has to learn to isolate himself from his environment in the match. It is essential. He scored 35 goals in his first two years at Milan, so if he maintains that average then we have reason to be satisfied. He is not a problem for us."