Juventus head coach Max Allegri has stated he wants to stay at the club next season but admits his future is uncertain.
Juventus are expected to receive a 12-point penalty tomorrow from the Federal Court of Appeal after a 15-point penalty for capital gain violations was initially rescinded by the Italian National Olympic Committee.
Max Allegri expected to leave the Allianz Stadium in the summer
Juventus currently sit second in Serie A after a tumultuous season but a 12-point deduction would mean they drop all the way down to eighth, and after being dumped out of the Europa League Semi-Final by Sevilla on Thursday, The Old Lady will not be playing in Europe at all next season.
Allegri’s negative style of football has been criticized by fans and the Italian media alike, with Juve sitting a massive 17 points behind runaway champions Napoli.
And according to Football Italia, Allegri suggested his job may be coming to an end when saying, “I have a two-year contract and as far as my choice is concerned, I will 100 percent remain. After that, it’s not up to me to decide.”