Agnelli said: “The exclusion was a bitter taste after a difficult season. Winning the ninth consecutive title was a great history with Mauricio Sarri, who came from the lower categories of Italy’s summit, in the Champions League disappointment for us and the players. Previously, winning the Champions League was a dream, now. It is a goal for us, the exit was a disappointment, we will take days to rest and then do a comprehensive evaluation. ”
About his team’s goals, he added: “I say a speech to the team. We have goals that we must achieve at the local and continental levels. We have the best player in the history of the Champions League and we must start again with renewed enthusiasm without taking what is happening in Italy for granted because winning titles. The Italian League has not been strongly stalemate. I repeat the appreciation the management has for this achievement. We should not judge an entire season by a match. ”
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On the Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo and his future with Juventus, Agnelli said: “Cristiano Ronaldo is our pillar.”
He added, “I am completely convinced that Ronaldo will remain .. I think this report goes back to an interview that took place several months ago,” referring to the report of the French magazine, “France Football”.
He added, “It is an old media hoax, especially since it was published before we played against a French team … I can assure you, that Ronaldo remains one of Juventus’ pillars.”
A few days ago, the French magazine “France Football” said that Ronaldo was considering leaving Juventus for Paris Saint-Germain in the last winter transfer market.
She indicated that Ronaldo is not happy with Juventus, because the Italian club is not the ideal place to achieve his personal goals.
“La Gazzetta dello Sport” newspaper talked about the future of coach Mauricio Sarri, accompanied by Juventus, after the exclusion, stressing that his fate is at stake and that the exclusion from the Champions League may cost him his position despite his assertion during his statements after the match that he has a contract and is not considering leaving.
The newspaper confirmed that several coaches are candidates to succeed Sarri, most notably the French Zinedine Zidane, the current Real Madrid coach and the former Juventus player, and Simone Inzaghi, the current Lazio coach.