‘Extraordinary’ Juventus deserved Serie A title – Allegri

Massimiliano Allegri insists his “extraordinary” Juventus aspect deserved to win their seventh straight Serie A title – however congratulated Napoli for his or her efforts over the course of the season.

Juve capped off their marketing campaign with a 2-1 victory over Verona on Saturday , because the Bianconeri devoted  bid farewell to veteran goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon .

Maurizio Sarri’s Napoli led the Scudetto race for a lot of the season, however they in the end did not maintain tempo with their rivals within the closing phases of a two-horse race.

“The team had an extraordinary season and it’s always wonderful to win,” Allegri informed Mediaset Premium .

“We fought with Napoli all year long. We tip our hats to them, however we had been the most effective.

“It’s not proper to criticise a group that has received every thing in Italy for seven years and gone very shut in Europe.

“The greatest aspect all the time wins in Serie A and during the last seven years, Juventus have been persistently the most effective, those with their names written within the historical past books.

“When you play for Juventus, you have to be a top-quality player. We never take anything for granted, nor accept we are beaten. That is a characteristic this club has ingrained.”

Buffon just isn’t the one stalwart leaving within the shut season, with Stephan Lichtsteiner and Kwadwo Asamoah additionally departing.

Claudio Marchisio has additionally been linked with a transfer away from Turin, whereas doubts stay over the futures of Gonzalo Higuain and Paulo Dybala. Even Allegri himself has been a reported goal for Arsenal, who’re trying to find Arsene Wenger’s alternative.

However, the Juventus boss was unfazed by the speedy future – and confessed his disappointment at not having fun with larger success within the Champions League this time period.

“We will meet next week to plan out the future, understand where we can improve and I don’t think there will be any problems,” he added.

“We missed the icing on the cake, which is the Champions League, but we can’t know how it would’ve ended in extra time against Real Madrid.”

supply : Goal.com