Massimiliano Allegri has insisted he is happy in his role as manager at Juventus amid reports linking him with Chelsea, report Sky Sports.
The Italian was said to be on Blues owner Roman Abramovich’s wish list to replace Guus Hiddink as a long-term option at the end of the season.
Though Hiddink was appointed as Jose Mourinho’s successor in December, the vastly experienced Dutchman is only expected to guide the club until the end of the season.
As you might expect, a host of top names have been touted as candidates for the permanent vacancy at the end of the season.
Having led Juve to a league and cup double last season, as well as the Champions League final, the former AC Milan had been strongly linked with the post.
However, the 48-year old has distanced himself with Stamford Bridge and insists he is as happy in Turin, where he is under contract until 2017.
‘My focuses are on the championship, Italian Cup and the Champions League. I have a contract until 2017 and I feel good here’, revealed the Serie A winner.