Juventus sport director Giuseppe Marotta claims their manager, Chelsea target Max Allegri, will stay at the Italian club for “many years”:
“When things go well a Coach’s value goes up,” Marotta admitted, speaking to Italian radio station Gr Parlamento.
“Juve is a point of arrival for a Coach, one of the world’s biggest clubs. It’s not easy to find a bigger team than Juventus, unless you consider it the end of a cycle.
“And the winning cycle can continue.
“I’m convinced that we’ll go forward with Allegri for many years.”
Marotta spoke also about Antonio Conte, that led the Bianconeri to win three leagues in a row before resigning in summer 2014.
Chelsea targeted also him to be their next permanent manager, and the move can be possible when Conte will leave his role as Italy’s national team after EURO 2016:
“Conte had many successes and achievements at Juventus.
“He was here for several years, three seasons. He won a lot.
“It’s normal that the cycle comes to an end. Now he’s coaching the national team, but the relationship remains good.
“The fact that there are rumours that great teams are thinking about him proves that our choice was correct.
“A return? A recurring phrase in football is “never say never”, but the assumption is that our coach will remain with us.”