Juventus President Andrea Agnelli says club will evaluate everything. “The Champions League was a dream, now it has to be an objective.”
Agnelli backed his directors, coach Maurizio Sarri and Cristiano Ronaldo, but ‘the Champions League has to be an objective and we’ll take a few days to evaluate everything.’
The Bianconeri crashed out of the Champions League in the Round of 16, losing on away goals after a 2-2 aggregate draw with Olympique Lyonnais, a side that finished seventh in Ligue 1 this term.
“This season has been evidently bittersweet. It has been a very difficult campaign. We achieved a great result winning our ninth consecutive campaign and wrote a fantastic chapter in the history books.
“Maurizio deserves his own extraordinary page for himself, going from the amateur leagues to winning the Scudetto,” Agnelli told Sky Sport Italia.
“In the Champions League, obviously, it’s disappointing for us, for the players and the fans. As I said several times in recent years, the Champions league was a dream. Now it has to be an objective.
“Going out like this is going to be a huge disappointment. We will take the next few days to consider, evaluate and decide how to go forward next season.
Credit: Football Italia