"I have been very clear on Ancelotti's future," explained Vice-President Adriano Galliani ahead of his side's friendly in Qatar.
"If we finish in third place this season, then Carlo will stay. I keep reading different stories, but I have never wavered from this theory.
"Either people have stopped listening or I have lost the ability to communicate."
Ancelotti confirmed the situation was set in stone as well when the Rossoneri landed in Doha for Wednesday's game.
"Clearly if Milan do not get third place then something could change, for myself included," said the Coach.
"But as I am convinced we will finish third, so there will not be any problem."