He said: "Absolutely, Carlo will remain, but I cannot keep saying this over and over again. The journalists have got to stop asking the same questions. We won't change."
The Rossoneri have played eight games since July and have lost seven of them, but Galliani points the finger of blame at outside forces.
"We've got to work hard, that is if the national teams can give us the chance. Our season hasn't even started yet, as just look at how many days of training we've actually been able to have together without international duty. It's not an excuse, though."