Juventus general manager Giuseppe Marotta says they’ll discuss Massimiliano Allegri’s future “after winning the Scudetto”.
The Coach has been linked with a move to Arsenal this summer, with suggestions he feels he has taken the Bianconeri are far as he can.
“With Allegri we have a relationship that has worked and does work,” Marotta told RAI.
“After winning the Scudetto we’ll talk about the future, which I’m sure will be full of satisfactions together.”
Marotta also discussed Wednesday’s Coppa Italia final against Milan.
“We’ve had the pleasure of lifting the Coppa Italia in the past three editions and we want to repeat that on Wednesday, not least as an act of love for our wonderful fans.
“We’ll face a very motivated Milan as this is a crucial match for them, but we want to win.
“As for the Scudetto, the maths still doesn’t allow us to celebrate. We have to be realistic, we can virtually taste it but we want to get that point we need to make it mathematically certain and real.
“In any case, we can say that up to now a great job has been done by by the club, the team, the coach and the fans.”
Gianluigi Buffon is expected to retire at the end of the season, how is the goalkeeper feeling?
“Buffon is calm, as he always is when preparing for big games. He’s a great champion, and the way champions are means clubs improve by their mere presence.
“Gigi is an icon of our football in all respects.”
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