Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri found it natural to talk about his future during this period every season.
Speaking to the press (via TMW) in the Monza-Juventus pre-match press conference, Massimiliano Allegri was asked about where he sees himself in the future and he remarked that the question is a recurring one every season.
The Italian manager was quick to remind everyone of his contract with the Bianconeri and that he has found content leading the club through one of the toughest periods and then surging back to form this campaign. He said: “We always talk about the future in this period. I have a contract with Juventus until 2025. We are working together for the future of the club. I get along with the new managers, there is good harmony to ensure that the club [Juventus] has an important future.”
The 56-year-old manager then spoke about the heritage which the club has while putting his faith in the relationship he has with the management. He said: “Men pass through Juventus but the DNA remains, we need to stay quiet and work while keeping a low profile. I get along very well with the management.”
Trambak Bhattacherjee | GIFN