Allegri will stay at Juventus

Massimiliano Allegri received his 2nd Panchina d’Oro a few days ago on March 7 as he was rewarded for the success that he sustained with Juventus during the season of 2014-15.

Massimiliano Allegri

In that season Juventus was able to win the Serie A and the Italian Cup as well as manage to reach the finals of the Champions League before eventually being knocked out when losing against Barcelona.

Even though they were knocked out from the European competition, the fact that Juventus reached the finals of the Champions League is already an impressive accomplishment along with all the other feats that Allegri reached with Juventus in the previous season.

After having received the Panchina d’Oro award, Allegri went on saying that this award is proof that everyone in Juventus did their work well and he praised his players as the Italian manager said: "This award has important meaning, because it means the whole team did well. I thank the players, the staff and the whole club,"

For the past few weeks, Allegri has been linked with the managerial position of Chelsea as the Premier League club is in search of a new manager and Allegri has already proven that he has what it takes to win big competitions and guide a top club to success.

Unfortunately for Chelsea, they will have to continue their search for a new manager as Massimiliano Allegri has recently stated that he wants to continue being the coach of Juventus for at least another season. Roman Abramovich might have better luck sticking his money on one of the daily specials at than he will in tempting Allegri to move to London.

Next year, I will still be the coach of Juventus because I have another year on my contract. There's never been anything with other clubs. I'm fine here and there are no problems. Now we're thinking of a fifth Scudetto in a row and the Coppa Italia. We work to improve every year." Allegri added on.