Juventus boss Massimiliano Allegri revealed talks over his future will be put on hold until the end of the season. Allegri has guided the Bianconeri to four consecutive Serie A titles and his current deal runs through to 2020.
Speculation, however, continues over whether Allegri will still be in charge next season - with former boss Antonio Conte, who left Chelsea last year, a reported candidate to return.
Allegri, though, confirmed he had met with Juventus chairman Andrea Agnelli over dinner and agreed to talk again once the campaign had finished.
"Last night I saw the president. We will meet again in June to discuss the renewal of the contract and to celebrate the trophies won," Allegri said yesterday.
"One is the (Italian) Super Cup, we are close to the Scudetto (Serie A title) and we are still on course for the Champions League. "The trophies need to be celebrated: every victory is the fruit of our work and the sacrifice we bring home."
Allegri added: "In football, to win is something extraordinary and we need to continue and it's even more difficult."