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GOOD NEWS : Max Allegri non-committal on Juventus future amid Arsenal links

Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri has lent credence to rumours he will join Arsenal this summer by refusing to commit his future to the Serie A champions. Allegri guided Juventus to the Serie A title for a third successive season with their win over Crotone at the weekend with the 49-year-old’s Old Lady side winning the league and Coppa Italia double in all three of his campaigns in charge.

The Italian is among the few names seriously linked with replacing Arsene Wenger at Arsenal this summer, although there is still no official word on the Gunners coach’s status.



With Juventus set to take on Real Madrid next week in the Champions League final, Allegri has indicated he will not talk about his future with the Italian side until after the match in Cardiff.

When Allegri was told by La Gazzetta dello Sport that Juventus general manager Giuseppe Marotta has said the manager was free to decide his own future he responded, per the Daily Mail: “He said it depends on me?

“It depends on both of us and we haven’t spoken yet. We will sit down and decide what we have to do.

‘I’m happy here, but Juve have reached such a high level that it will not be easy to maintain our status, so we’ll have to compare ideas on how to do that. But for now the most important thing is to win the final in Cardiff.

‘Let’s take two or three days off to rest because we deserve it – the last five months have been tough – but then we have to go to Cardiff and try to win the cup.”

Allegri at Juventus
Since taking charge of Juventus in 2014 Allegri has guided the club through 164 competitive matches. The Old Lady has won 115 of them, a winning rate of 70.12%.

From those games only 21 have been losses as well, meaning that under Allegri Juventus have only been defeated in 12.8% of their games.

The 49-year-old has taken Juventus to success in three Serie A campaigns, and has also won three Coppa Italia trophies.

The side also won the Supercoppa Italiana in 2015 and have reached the Champions League final twice in two years – one of which could still yield a major European trophy.


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  • GOOD NEWS : Max Allegri non-committal on Juventus future amid Arsenal links
  • Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri has lent credence to rumours he will join Arsenal this summer by refusing to commit his future to the Serie A champions. Allegri guided Juventus to the Serie A title for a third successive season with their win over Crotone at the weekend with the 49-year-old’s Old Lady side winning the league and Coppa Italia double in all three of his campaigns in charge.

    The Italian is among the few names seriously linked with replacing Arsene Wenger at Arsenal this summer, although there is still no official word on the Gunners coach’s status.



    With Juventus set to take on Real Madrid next week in the Champions League final, Allegri has indicated he will not talk about his future with the Italian side until after the match in Cardiff.

    When Allegri was told by La Gazzetta dello Sport that Juventus general manager Giuseppe Marotta has said the manager was free to decide his own future he responded, per the Daily Mail: “He said it depends on me?

    “It depends on both of us and we haven’t spoken yet. We will sit down and decide what we have to do.

    ‘I’m happy here, but Juve have reached such a high level that it will not be easy to maintain our status, so we’ll have to compare ideas on how to do that. But for now the most important thing is to win the final in Cardiff.

    ‘Let’s take two or three days off to rest because we deserve it – the last five months have been tough – but then we have to go to Cardiff and try to win the cup.”

    Allegri at Juventus
    Since taking charge of Juventus in 2014 Allegri has guided the club through 164 competitive matches. The Old Lady has won 115 of them, a winning rate of 70.12%.

    From those games only 21 have been losses as well, meaning that under Allegri Juventus have only been defeated in 12.8% of their games.

    The 49-year-old has taken Juventus to success in three Serie A campaigns, and has also won three Coppa Italia trophies.

    The side also won the Supercoppa Italiana in 2015 and have reached the Champions League final twice in two years – one of which could still yield a major European trophy.


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