Massimiliano Allegri insists Champions League football ‘is key’ to planning, so he can’t still provide updates on the futures of Angel Di Maria and Adrien Rabiot.
Both players see their contracts expire in the summer and their futures at the Allianz Stadium remain uncertain.
When asked about Juventus‘ plans for the future and whether the club will persuade two of the latest World Cup finalists to remain at the club beyond the summer, Allegri replied: “I don’t know because we’ll think about next season when it all stops.
“Right now, we don’t know if we’ll play in the Champions League, which is the key to planning. We must only focus on what we have to do, there are 30 days remaining to the end of the season, so we need to be focused, and then the club will make their assessments.”
Both Di Maria and Rabiot joined Juventus as free agents.
The Frenchman arrived in the summer of 2019 under Maurizio Sarri, while Di Maria signed a one-year contract with the Old Lady last summer.
Allegri was speaking to the press ahead of Wednesday’s Serie A clash against Lecce at the Allianz Stadium. He confirmed that El Fideo will be available after missing Sunday’s 1-1 draw against Bologna due to an ankle injury while Rabiot will likely rest against the Giallorossi.