Allegri confident Juventus will have a beautiful and successful 2024/25 season

Allegri confident Juventus will have a beautiful and successful 2024/25 season
Allegri confident Juventus will have a beautiful and successful 2024/25 season / Jonathan Moscrop/GettyImages

Massimiliano Allegri remains hopeful about his team's chances in their upcoming Serie A clash against AC Milan and their prospects for the next season.

Juventus has endured a challenging period, winning only two out of their last twelve matches, which has put their Champions League qualification hopes at risk. However, Allegri believes that a victory against Milan could potentially propel the Bianconeri to second place in the league standings. "It's a good game to play," he said, recognising Milan's strength and valuable players.

With 64 points from 33 matches, Juventus currently occupies the third spot in the table. As the season nears its end, with only five games left, Allegri emphasised the importance of securing as many points as possible to ensure they qualify for the Champions League. The pressure is mounting, as fourth-placed Bologna is closing in on them, making every match crucial.

Looking forward to the next season, Allegri expressed confidence, describing it as "beautiful" for Juventus and encouraging everyone at the club to have the ambition to win. Despite the team's recent struggles, he believes their performance is comparable to last year's, although he admitted they could have been more effective.

AC Milan, presently second in the Serie A table with 69 points from 33 matches, has a strong home and away record this season. The forthcoming match against Juventus could significantly impact both teams' Champions League aspirations.

Juventus has encountered various obstacles this season, including financial difficulties that have restricted their ability to invest heavily in players. The team has also been affected by the suspension of key midfielder Paul Pogba, who has been banned for four years due to doping violations.

Allegri has tried to manage expectations surrounding the club, acknowledging that the current project is different from his first stint as head coach and that the team must adapt to the new reality.

However, if he fails to deliver the expected results in the remaining games, his future at the club might be uncertain. Thiago Motta could be in line to take over if Juventus parts ways with Allegri.

As the Serie A season approaches its climax, the Juventus vs. AC Milan match will be closely watched, as it could prove decisive in determining both teams' fates.

Allegri's optimism and leadership will be put to the test as he guides Juventus through this critical period and aims to build a strong foundation for next season, with his own future at the club potentially at stake.