AC Monza GM Adriano Galliani says he has no retirement plans.
He said, "If there is one thing that (Silvio) Berlusconi taught me not to place limits on the desire to do better. I have always worked to satisfy his desires, which were also mine. I will do it this time too.
"A year ago Monza was supposed to play its first season in Serie A, after 110 years of history of our club. It was a historic page, which deserved all my commitment and attention. If I had run again for the Senate I would have been a bad parliamentarian and a bad sports manager. With Berlusconi we had achieved the miracle of taking Monza from C to A and we certainly didn't want to frustrate it.
"Now the team has more experience and the club is better structured. Of course I will continue to deal with it, but now I think I am able to reconcile two great passions, sport and commitment to the community. After all, I couldn't say no to the honor of representing my land, the land where I was born and lived, and to the honor of running for the college that it was Silvio Berlusconi's, ideally completing the journey of a whole life at his side."