The odds of them being relegated are minimal if not non-existent. Milan is still the third most expensive team in Serie A (after Juventus and Napoli), and with bottom-feeders like Catania and Livorno who are virtually asured to get relegated (and the third team to be relegated will probably be one between Chievo, Sassuolo or Bologna), there is no way. Add to that that the referees in Italy (more so than in other places) tend to favor the top teams, as someone observed, and you get the picture. The question is not if they'll get relegated, the question is simple cost-effectiveness. Milan with an expensive team full of costly "black flops" will probably not even compete for a place in Europa League, and is completely out of the Champions League zone. Roma and Fiorentina with somewhat less expensive (and much Whiter) teams are in the Champions league area. Verona, with a almost entirely White team costing less than one fifth (20%) of what Milan's overrated "Black Stars" are supposedly worth - has managed to collect 7 points more and is 5 spots ahead of Milan (at the same level of Inter, another expensive hyper-diversified team which is doing badly). The same phenomenon can be observed in the EPL if you compare the cost effectiveness of Southampton with Manchester United, for example, and with all the top teams (Arsenal first and foremost, but also City and Chelsea) being significantly whiter that in years past. Contrary to what the media is saying, Investing in White pays off.