The former Italy striker has just returned to Adana Demirspor after being released by FC Sion at the end of last season.
He told TVPlay: "I like (Stefano) Pioli. The problem with Milan today is that if (Rafael) Leao isn't well, the Milan does little. Milan is very Leao-dependent.
"I'm here (laughs). San Siro is not a stadium like the others. Not everyone can manage the pressures of that stadium, it's not for all players. In addition to buying strong players, the management must take players with a lot of personality."
Supermario's thoughts also moved to another of his former teams, Inter Milan: "As I understand football, I like (Marcus) Thuram much more than (Romelu) Lukaku. But in the years of (Antonio) Conte's Inter, Lukaku was devastating.
"Thuram is more technical, more for exchanges. Lukaku, on the other hand, is more of a power player. Inter can win the Scudetto this year. I see them ahead of Juventus and Milan at the moment. The way they are set up today, Inter are certainly better. Qualitatively and numerically they are a strong team. Marko Arnautovic is very strong, he is a good signing for Inter. I wish him to return as soon as possible, to score goals, to be the wild card for the team. It's not easy to replace (Edin) Dzeko. He's a phenomenon. I played with him, he's a real phenomenon."