Milan and Juventus continue to bicker over Carlos Tevez's goal and the replays that followed it in Saturday's Serie A meeting between the two sides.
Tevez raced away to score the opener in a 3-1 home win for Juve, with replays suggesting the Argentine had strayed marginally offside.
Milan chief executive Adriano Galliani claimed that Juve manipulated the replays in such a way to show Tevez to be onside, and vowed to bring up the matter with the relevant authorities.
Juve responded to those allegations in a statement on Sunday, rubbishing Galliani's remarks and claiming the Milan CEO was attempting to shift focus away from his side's defeat.
In turn, Milan released a statement of their own, which read: "Arrogance is a Juventus trait and something that they cannot escape from.
"It would be superfluous to respond to anyone like this.
"It is a good thing however that even they agree to open up the discussion and debate over the production of TV graphics which emerged following the episode during Juventus-Milan last night."comments