Juventus Manager Massimiliano Allegri is ‘happy’ at the Bianconeri and has no intentions of leaving.
Allegri has taken Juventus to the next level since replacing Antonio Conte in 2014 as he has won the domestic double for the past three seasons and has guided the La Vecchia Signora to two of the last three Champions League finals.
Allegri is a wanted man and rumours have circled about Arsenal and Paris Saint-Germain being interested in the Italian for next season.
Speaking with Premium Sport, Allegri said that he is happy at Juventus.
“Everything is tied to results.
“If you win you’re good, if you lose you’re less good. I have a contract until 2020 and I’m happy here”.
Paulo Dybala was left out of Jorge Sampaoli’s Argentina squad for this month’s international friendlies and Sampaoli hinted that he might not take La Joya to the World Cup in June.
“The missed call-up has to be an important motivation, he has all the quality to go to the World Cup and I think he’ll go to the World Cup”.