“I’m not satisfied with Milan, just like all the supporters,” Berusconi told the Sport Mediaset television channel.
“The difference is that I’m the one who pays the wages, so I suffer a bit more than them.”
Regarding Seedorf, the former Rossonerri player has led the team to 10 wins in 18 matches and has signed a contract through 2016. However, he has not received the same public backing that his predecessor Massimiliano Allegri did from directors which has prompted discussion over his future with the club.
The former Italian prime minister addressed Seedorf’s situation by saying, “We will decide at the end of the season after the final match. I will meet with the board and a decision will be taken.”
Berlusconi also had choice words for striker Mario Balotelli, criticizing his technique.
“Balotelli needs to learn how to make the first tip, stay closer to the goal and score. To win you have to score goals: one day I will meet him and explain it.”