Beppe Marotta said Juventus will concentrate on keeping Antonio Conte, but warned big investments are “impossible.”
The Coach has refused to commit his future to the club unless there are reassurances over transfer strategy, forming a team that can compete for the Champions League.
“Conte showed not just with his extraordinary results, but also his modus operandi that he is among the best,” general manager Marotta told Sky Sport Italia.
“Now we are concentrated on celebrating the Scudetto, which is the end point of a remarkable run. We are focused on this and will celebrate with our fans in the best way possible.
“From Monday or probably Tuesday we will concentrate on next season and the first objective is to make the coaching situation definitive.”
Marotta was asked about reports former Roma and Zenit Coach Luciano Spalletti is in Turin for talks after an approach from Milan hit problems.
“Newspapers are having fun with various theories on available Coaches, but we are not concentrated on that.”
However, Conte’s demands for strong reinforcements appear to be falling on deaf ears at the club.
“It’s true to say big investments are impossible for next season. Our duty is to achieve an excellent sporting result via a competitive squad, but it must be conjoined with strong work behind the scenes and respecting the economic parameters.
“Certain transfer plans are nothing more than a utopia.”