By ESPNSTAR.com staff
Milan pushed eventual champions Juventus all the way to the wire for the Serie A title last season, but could the Rossoneri just fell short and ended up as runners-up, four points behind the Bianconeri.
Their bid for the title last season was hampered by a series of injuries to key players like Alexandre Pato, Robinho and Kevin Prince Boateng; since Massimiliano Allegri took over in 2010, the Rossoneri have sustained a total of 137 different injuries.
Galliani, who admits Juventus are favourites for to retain the Serie A title this year, is determined to ensure that a repeat of the club's injury crisis will not occur again this season, and with already no fewer than five first team players currently injured, he has called for a solution to this problem.
"We're a good side, but Juventus are the title favourites. The real problem at Milan is that we lose too many players throughout the season due to injury - almost one a game, Galliani told La Gazzetta dello Sport.
"Everyone knows it, both the Coach and the fitness staff.
"We have to do everything possible to find a solution and resolve this."
AC Milan did not make the most auspicious of starts to their Serie A campaign, falling to a 1-0 defeat to Sampdoria but bounced back with a 3-1 win over Bologna in their second league game and will play host to Atalanta in their next Serie A fixture.