Stefano Pioli admits his Chievo future is unclear, but wants to focus on Juventus first. “We're not safe yet.”
The Flying Donkeys have 42 points and are practically sure of their spot in Serie A next season even before meeting the Old Lady on Monday night.
“I think there has been too much talk about the future when this season is anything but over,” warned the Coach.
“We still need to put our safety under lock and key, which means avoiding a lapse in concentration.
“This campaign has gone the way we planned it and we're close to our target of staying in Serie A.”
Pioli has been linked with Sampdoria and Bologna, so it's widely believed he'll quit the Bentegodi in the summer.
“I already covered this many times. There is a precise agreement with the club so we'll have a meeting with the directors after the end of the season in which we will evaluate the situation.
“I will add that I have been very happy at Chievo, but there is no rush to decide the future right now.”