Juventus mentor Massimiliano Allegri rejected hypothesis about his future after their Champions League exit against Ajax Amsterdam on Tuesday, saying he would be at the club next season.
Allegri, who has driven Juventus to four progressive alliance and container pairs and two Champions League finals, said he had just examined the issue with club president Andrea Agnelli following their 2-1 rout in the quarterfinal second leg.
“I previously chatted with the president, I will stay at Juve next season and we are as of now arranging the following effort,” said Allegri, whose side will win an eighth progressive Serie A title in the event that they attract at home to Fiorentina on Saturday.
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Juventus marked five-times World Player of the Year Cristiano Ronaldo this season in their offer to add the Champions League to their household strength. Nonetheless, Allegri has attempted to play down desires from the beginning.
“Ronaldo gave us a ton amid the season and particularly in the Champions League,” he said. “Ajax are an extraordinary group, I can’t express a lot to my players today around evening time.
“Ajax have a few decent players and play great football, they are no dark horses. How they can be subsequent to scoring five objectives against Real Madrid [in the past round]?
“I would not say this is our most exceedingly awful end. Juventus have dependably a similar target: Winning everything.
“Some of the time you can achieve the last, some of the time you can’t.”