Allegri: ‘I have a contract until 2025’


Juventus coach Max Allegri has dismissed speculation that he could leave the club next summer: “I have a contract until 2025.” The Bianconeri travel to Lombardy tomorrow evening to face a Monza side that are undefeated at home this season, something Allegri highlighted in his pre-match press conference ahead of the match:

“Monza are unbeaten at home, and the only team to take six points away from us last year and against whom we didn’t score. It will be important to follow up the draw against Inter”.

“Not giving importance to tomorrow’s match would be an error of lack of maturity. We know our limits, the group is cohesive. We have a good ranking, we know that. We have six games until the end of the first half of the season, with four away matches. It’s all still to play for. We will face a very good and well-driven team. Monza is a very good team, especially defensively.”

“The title? I don’t know what the team thinks, I don’t go into the locker room. The most important desire is tomorrow’s game, building up the ranking one step at a time. Juventus staying out of the Champions League this year was a technical and economic damage. We have a duty to build a year on the minimum objective: to return to the Champions League.”

“Danilo and Alex Sandro will be available. Locatelli will be assessed today: it’s a pain problem. Nicolussi Caviglia played a good game, we’ll find a solution. Chiesa and Vlahovic had a good performance, but the others are also fine. Being back in Champions League is very important, and even those who play less are supportive in the group, Perin comes to mind”.

“We must have great respect for everyone, put in the kind of  performances we have done so far.

“The future? I have a contract until 2025, and we are working together and well for the future of Juventus in the coming years. I get on very well with the new management: there is a good harmony to create an important future for the club. Here I learned that at Juventus men pass away, but the DNA remains: you have to keep quiet, keep a low profile and work.”


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