Juventus is pleased to announce that Massimiliano Allegri has signed a contract renewal at the club until 2020.
Today's agreement extends a working relationship that has seen the Bianconeri consolidate their position as Italy's top team and also evolve into one of European football's major forces.
Since being appointed manager in the summer of 2014, the Bianconeri have won three Serie A titles, three Coppa Italia trophies and one Italian Super Cup. In doing so, the Tuscan has steered the club to three unprecedented feats in Italian football: six straight Scudetti, three consecutive national cups and three domestic doubles in a row.
Looking more closely into the numbers of his Juve reign so far, Allegri has won 84 out of 114 Serie A matches, taking an average 2.36 points per game for a grand total of 269. With the 49-year-old in charge, the Bianconeri have scored 224 and conceded just 71 goals.
Then there’s Europe: despite defeat in last weekend’s Champions League final in Cardiff, Allegri has undeniably transformed the club into a significant player on the continent. Two UCL finals in three years and fifth place in the UEFA ranking are clear testament to this.