Director general Beppe Marotta has assured “Antonio Conte will be Juventus Coach now and in future, regardless of the outcome” of the betting trial.
Simone Pepe was also charged, while Leonardo Bonucci was accused of the more serious sporting fraud due to his time at Bari.
“There is deep bitterness at seeing our members brought into the situation, as they are very professional and fair, so we believe in their good faith,” Marotta said at the presentation ceremony for the Serie A 2012-13 calendar.
“We have handed the reins to Conte, we’re happy with him and he will be Juventus Coach now and in future, regardless of the outcome of the sentence. We will find a solution.”
The Juventus director was also asked about their interest in signing Arsenal’s Robin Van Persie or Fiorentina’s Stevan Jovetic.
“The top player we are looking for is not only a name with an important price-tag attached. What we mean by top player is someone who can improve our quality level.
“Van Persie is an excellent player and Arsenal have no intention of losing him. It is not possible to negotiate for a player if the club is not open to talks.
“As for Jovetic, it’s only right that Fiorentina ruled he is off the market. We never even tried to get close to him.”
Roma won the tug-of-war with Juventus for Mattia Destro, although Marotta maintains it was never that clear-cut.
“We simply observed the Destro situation. Roma got themselves a very good deal.”
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