JUVENTUS boss, Max Allegri has insisted he will still be in charge of the Old Lady next season.
Speculation over the Italian’s future continues, ramped up further after Juve’s Champions League exit at the hands of Ajax on Tuesday night.
The Bianconeri spent big last summer to land Cristiano Ronaldo in a bid to win Europe’s premier club prize for the first time in 23 years.
But the Allianz Stadium was left stunned as Ajax claimed a 2-1 win in Turin to dump the Italian champions out of the competition at the quarter-final stage once again.
Allegri has led Juve to four successive league and cup doubles. Speaking after the loss at the Allianz Stadium, he confirmed his intention to remain, stating that he has already discussed the matter with club president, Andrea Agnelli.
“I already talked with the president,” said Allegri.
“I will remain at Juve next season and we are already planning the next campaign.”
Juve will win an eighth successive Serie A title – and Allegri his fifth-in-a-row – if they draw at home to Fiorentina on Saturday.