Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri hinted he will be staying at the club next season after pointing out he has a year remaining on his contract.
Reports have claimed there are several players who may opt to depart should Allegri stay, while the coach revealed on Saturday that he is due for talks with president Andrea Agnelli next week but Allegri's latest comments seem to suggest staying at the Serie A champions for another year looks likely.
A Year Left
Speaking to Sky Sport Italia after Sunday's 2-0 defeat to Roma, he said: "I still have another year left on my contract but it's important to analyze this season and the next season. We must have clear ideas and be very clear in our assessments.[Vice chairman Pavel] Nedved said, 'Only time will tell'. He was good to put it that way.
"It's normal that the team should [try to] improve every year and the club has been very good in improving the team every summer.
"Every year it's said, 'Allegri leaves', but I am calm because I've had an evaluation in my mind since November. [The meeting with Agnelli] will not be before Tuesday. We will see each other during the week.
"I am at an extraordinary club, which has allowed me to take away a lot of satisfaction, but there is another season. What we have done counts for nothing [next season]."
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