Juventus boss Max Allegri on his future: “I still have a year left on my contract”

Serie A giants Juventus are looking to get back in the race for the Scudetto and manager Max Allegri recently spoke about his future at the Bianconeri.

Juve fell to being seven points behind league leaders Inter in their previous game, as they lost to Udinese. The Old Lady are at a disadvantage in the table, with the Nerazzurri having a game in hand that will help them right now.

Allegri spoke to the press ahead of Juve’s upcoming Serie A clash against Verona on Saturday and he was asked about his future. The Italian seemed certain that he would stay at Juve, despite the disappointing results in the race for the Scudetto.

He said: “I still have one year left on my contract, we are working well this year and the important thing is to get to the end in the best conditions with an excellent result.”

Questions have been raised about Allegri’s future and capabilities in recent weeks and Thiago Motta has been linked with the job. But Allegri has been quick to tone down the expectations in the season by constantly mentioning that Juve’s only goal is finishing inside the top four.




Kaustubh Pandey | GIFN

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