AC Milan coach Clarence Seedorf has denied reports he's been given two games to save his job. The 37-year-old yesterday evening met with Vice-President Adriano Galliani.
"I have asked for this meeting, it was constructive and I asked the club to stay close to me and the team. It was a positive meeting," said Seedorf.
"Many things have been written, Galliani and I have known each other for many years. We always find agreement, I really respect his role and I think his experience is vital for the club.
"When I began this new role at Milan I asked to have at my side Galliani.
"I always give 100 per cent, I am sure I can achieve something important as a Coach. The commitment I have to Milan will bear fruit, I am convinced of this."
Seedorf added: "No-one at the club has told me that the next two games are crucial for my future
"I feel the dressing room is with me 100 per cent. I read of a few things, but I see a team that is committed and wants to do well."
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