Juventus manager, Maurizio Sarri has said that he’s not worried about his job at the club even if they fail to qualify for the next round of the UEFA Champions League.
Juventus lost 1-0 to Lyon in the first leg of the Round of 16 and will be looking to overturn the deficit when the league resumes.
The club recently got crowned Serie A champions which is their 9th straight title.
However, Sarri believes the Champions League is the test for any manager at the club.
“I don’t think it will be my last match,” Sarri told reporters on Thursday when asked if he thought he would be axed if the team is eliminated.
“I think I’m dealing with top-level managers – they’re not amateurs. They’ve already made their evaluations, independently of the result tomorrow.
“This question implies that the managers are fans and that they merely follow the emotional wave.”