Milan and Massimiliano Allegri need to end their tumultuous relationship very soon; preferably immediately.
Their relationship, oddly enough, has a real-life parallel. Allegri and Milan are like a couple who were once happy, but now only fight all the time. Yet, despite their nasty fights, refuse to admit there is any real problem.
Maybe it's because neither wants to leave and they are determined to make it work, or maybe it's because both are frightened by what's out there if they do part ways.
The devil you know is better than the devil you don't, right?
For some reason, Milan is dancing around the speculation and the incredibly obvious problems its relationship with Allegri is causing, not only for the well-being of the team but for the coach as well.
The best possible outcome is for both parties to sever the relationship. So far, for whatever reason, they haven't, but Milan should think about doing so sooner rather than later.
Whether the Rossoneri will compete this season or not, at this point, is irrelevant. For the benefit of the team, now and going forward, they need to get rid of Allegri.