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I want to Stay: Juventus Manager

I want to Stay: Juventus Manager

Football News: The Juventus gaffer has distanced himself from joining the EPL side Arsenal, and he avouches that he wants to continue with the Old Lady side.

Massimiliano Allegri is ready to stay with the Serie A  giants.

This season as well Juventus has won the Serie A title by drawing their match against Roma, and this is their seventh consecutive Serie A title, and along with it this season they have claimed the Coppa Italia by defeating AC Milan in the finals.

About this, the Juventus manager voiced: "If they don't sack me, I'll stay at Juventus next year too."

The Italian manager will have a talk with the Juventus hierarchy for his contract extension, as now he has only one year left in his contract, some report says the Juventus chairman Andrea Agnelli and Guiseppe Marotta is also interested to offer him a new deal.

This season the EPL giant Arsenal is also looking to hire a new manager in place of Arsene Wenger,

Arsenal targeted the Juventus manager Allegri and along with him the former Barcelona manager Luis Enrique, however both of the managers have some kind of concern about the Clubs’s management structure.

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