Exor president and de facto Juventus owner John Elkann has penned a letter to the shareholders to spell out the state of the club and the objectives for the future (via Sky).

“2023 was a transitional year under a new board presided by Gianluca Ferrero. Our attention turned to resolving the pending matters with the sports justice in Italy and Europe. Therefore, the 2023/2024 was a ‘Year Zero’ for the team to lay the foundations on and off the pitch.”

“Cristiano Giuntoli has just been named the best sports director at the Globe Soccer Awards for his work at Napoli. He’ll mold the Juventus of the future. We aim at returning to the Champions League and have qualified for the FIFA Club World Cup. We will look to have a sustainable structure with more focus on our talents from the Next Gen squad.”

“Our motto ‘until the end’ embodies the determination of our club in fighting and overcoming adversities. It has been the case since Edoardo Agnelli was named the president in 1923.”

According to Tuttomercatoweb, Massimiliano Allegri hasn’t received any formal indication about his future from the Juventus hierarchy. His remaining backers make their voices heard after every positive result. Despite some buzz about Antonio Conte, the Bianconeri are unlikely to go in such a direction to avoid having two pricey coaches on their payroll, TuttoSport relays. Their current one is unlikely to renounce to the final year of his contract should he get sacked.

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