Allegri: I'll stay at Juventus next season if they don't sack me

AS Roma midfielder Radja Nainggolan

Juventus boss Maxi Allegri heaped praise on his side after they claimed the Serie A crown for the seventh season in a row on Sunday evening, following their 0-0 draw with Roma at the Stadio Olimpico.

Allegri, who has won four league and cup doubles in as many years at Juventus, has been linked in media reports with a move to Premier League clubs Arsenal and Chelsea.

Since arriving four years ago, the 50-year-old has led Juve to two Champions League finals, while winning four Coppa Italia trophies and a Supercoppa Italiana.

"Credit goes to the lads for keeping their cool, taking things one step at a time towards our final objective. It's hard to see these four years being repeated", Allegri said.

"If you get overwhelmed by enthusiasm, you're going to collapse three days later".

Eusebio Di Francesco's Roma team had already sealed their Champions League place next season after Inter Milan's 2-1 loss against Sassuolo.

The results: Verona 0 lost to Udinese 1 (Bar┼Ľk 20); Torino 2 (Belotti 68, De Silvestri 87) bt SPAL 1 (Grassi 22); Bologna 1 (Verdi 12-pen) lost to Chievo 2 (Giaccherini 48, Inglese 60); Fiorentina 0 lost to Cagliari 1 (Pavoletti 37).

Needing just a draw to wrap up a 34th top flight title - to add to their Italian Cup won in midweek - Juve survived a bright Roma start which saw Edin Dzeko and Nainggolan fire over.

Federico Fazio and Lorenzo Pellegrini both tried their luck while Aleksandar Kolarov's free-kick hit the side netting.

Dybala was denied a penalty after a shove from Juan Jesus with five minutes remaining, before Juve passed the remaining time away to ensure they can focus on celebrating at the Allianz Stadium next weekend.

"Juventus are not a selling club and they only let their players leave if they ask to go".

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