Juventus Vice President Pavel Nedved argued with Andrea Agnelli after the clubs 4-2 defeat to Inter in the Coppa Italia Final. The Bianconeri will end the season trophyless for the first time in 10 years, and La Gazzetta dello Sport report that tensions boiled over in the dressing room after the game.
According to Gazzetta, Nedved levelled the blame for the poor performance at Allegri and questioned the the attitude of some players after the loss in Rome.
Nedved also met reportedly spoke with Allegri and a few of the senior players after the game to make his dissatisfaction clear.
Gazzetta report that there was a ‘tense’ meeting at the Olimpico, involving Nedved, Agnelli, Maurizio Arrivabene and Federico Cherubini. In addition to this, the club changed their plans after the loss with players and staff returning to Turin, despite some having been given leave to stay in the capital for a few days.