Juventus boss Massimiliano Allegri & # 39; amused & # 39; through speculations about his future, to & # 39; t Mauricio Pochettino & # 39; £ 17m & # 39; requires joining club
- Massimiliano Allegri's helped secure the eighth consecutive Serie A title of Juventus
- But speculation surrounding his position has increased due to European failure
- The Old Lady were dumped out of the Champions League this season by Ajax
- Italian media believe Mauricio Pochettino would switch Tottenham for Juventus
- However, Allegri has said that he & # 39; amused & # 39; is due to reports of his departure
Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri is amused by talks that he will leave the club at the end of the season.
Allegri has yet to hold talks with club president Andrea Agnelli about his future and Corriere dello Sport reported Saturday morning that Mauricio Pochettino would swap Tottenham for Juventus if he offered a £ 17m contract.
There have been media reports that Allegri wants a bigger role on transfers as he continues, but the conversation was water from the back of the & # 39; an end to the phlegmatic coach who & # 39; t Juventus has led in & # 39; Serie A title in each of his five years in leadership.
Massimiliano Allegri has said he & # 39; amused & # 39; is due to speculation about his future of Juventus
The 51-year-old coach led the Turin giants to an eighth consecutive Serie A title this season
Mauricio Pochettino reports that a huge multi-million pound contract has joined Juventus
Italian newspaper Corriere dello Sport says that Pochettino and Juve have contacted
& # 39; I like to read and hear everything, & # 39; he told me at a news conference.
& # 39; It's fun. This morning, I thought about what they might have done to me if I hadn't won a trophy in those years. But I'm having fun, it's part of the game and brings some movement when we quit the championship a month ago. & # 39;
Allegri, whose side wrapped up the title with five games to spare and visit Roma on Sunday, said he had already told the president he would stay after their defeat in the & # 39; s Champions League quarterfinals to Ajax.
& # 39; In & # 39; a week we will meet with the president and talk about everything, & # 39; he added.
Despite the Serie A title, this season was widely regarded as a disappointment for Juventus, partly because expectations did grow considerably with the signing of Cristiano Ronaldo and partly because their performances sometimes lacked a sparkle.
This season has been considered a disappointment due to failure in the Champions League
Allegri told the president of club Andrea Agnelli that he would stay after her defeat by Ajax
& # 39; I've had my ideas for six months on how to proceed. Now I will share these ideas with the president and together we will see if they work, & # 39; he said. & # 39; I will not tell you what those are, but I plan ahead, I can assure you. & # 39;
One of the disappointments of the season has been the form of player Paulo Dybala, who has difficulty adapting his role after Ronaldo's arrival.
& # 39; His position has always been the same, from the beginning to the present, & # 39; said Allegri.
& # 39; Last year he played with Mario Mandzukic and Gonzalo Higuain, but Ronaldo is a different player and the combination is not the same, but Dybala & # 39; s position has not changed. & # 39;