Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri is amused by talk that he will leave the club at the end of the season, he said on Saturday, adding that he still had to meet club president Andrea Agnelli to discuss plans for the future.
There has been media reports that Allegri wants a greater role over transfers if he is to continue, but the talk was water off a duck’s back for the phlegmatic coach who has led Juventus to the Serie A title in each of his five years in charge.
“I enjoy reading and hearing everything,” he told a news conference.
“It’s amusing. This morning, I thought about what they might have done to me if I hadn’t won any trophy in these years. But I have fun, it’s part of the game and brings some bit of movement as we finished the championship a month ago.”
It’s game day 36 this weekend in #SerieA ???? ?? We have 9? matches LIVE ???? pic.twitter.com/jDQ9hKjZUI— SuperSport (@SuperSportTV) May 10, 2019
Allegri, whose side wrapped up the title with five games to spare and visit AS Roma on Sunday, said he had already told the president he would stay after their Champions League quarterfinal defeat to Ajax Amsterdam.( Read More ) [via @SuperSportTV]