Juventus Football Club is delighted to announce that Massimiliano Allegri has signed an extended contract that ties him to the club until 30 June 2018.
Following his first season in the Bianconeri dugout, which yielded Scudetto honours and a historic tenth Coppa Italia success, Allegri penned a new agreement until 2017, and his fine work in steering the club to Italian Super Cup and Quinquennio glory has been rewarded by another fresh deal.
Speaking exclusively to Juventus.com, club CEO Giuseppe Marotta said: "It was a formality. Since we started working with Allegri he has won two consecutive Scudetti and other very important trophies. It was only natural to want to continue the relationship."
Allegri added: "Coaching Juventus is a great challenge and a big responsibility. The aim is always to win here. It was really exciting when I took over in the middle of the summer two years ago but it’ll be even more exciting when we start work on our future objectives this summer."