Juventus became the first club to win the Italian Cup four times in a row. "I have a contract with Juventus and as we do each year at the end of the year we'll meet up to discuss the future of this club", the 50-year old told reporters post-match.
"I'm also sorry if anyone who isn't a sportsman and has never tried to stay in a group doesn't know how many sacrifices, how much energy, how much tenacity and how much damnation it takes to win like we have".
Juventus crushed AC Milan 4-0 on Wednesday to win a fourth consecutive Italian Cup. However, if he is unwilling to leave Juventus then the Gunners will have to look elsewhere.
Koulibaly, the hero who scored the last-gasp header that kept Napoli's ambitions alive with a 1-0 win over Juventus in Turin last week, was sent off after just eight minutes. He could follow in those footsteps again if Conte leaves Chelsea after a disappointing season with the London club.
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Allegri has made no secret of the fact he would like to coach overseas. Then he stormed out of the television interview. "I've lost Champions League finals".
Ghana worldwide, Kwadwo Asamoah has expressed his happiness after winning his fourth Coppa Italia with Juventus. In football there are a thousand unforeseen circumstances, like Monopoly. "I have a completely different view of football to you".
His reply was caustic and brief: "Unlike you, I am clear-headed".
"The relationship between Allegri and Juventus is a splendid one, made of victories and reciprocal happiness", Juventus CEO and general manager Giuseppe Marotta said. "Now we have to wrap up the league title".