Juventus manager Massimo Allegri has finally addressed reports linking him with a move away from the Serie A.
The Italian tactician has become one of the household names in the managerial side of football after leading Juventus to several domestic titles in recent years.
With Arsene Wenger’s contract set to expire this summer as the status of his new deal remains unclear, the Frenchman is expected to be replaced after nearly 21 years in north London.
Therefore, Allegri has continued to be linked with the role as Arsenal’s next manager, especially after reports from last week suggested that the club had entered advanced talks with him.
However, the current Juventus boss insists he is not contemplating any move at the moment.
“I have a great relationship with the club’s executives and I still have 18 months left in my contract.” the 49-year-old said
“My priority is to end the season in the best way possible, winning something and creating the basis for more successes in the future.”
Allegri has guided the Old Lady to two league titles, two Coppa Italia trophies, a Italian Super Cup and also a runners up place in the Champions League.