John Elkann comments on the resignation of the board of directors |

Johan Elkann is the CEO of EXOR, the group which has just chosen the new president of Juventus. He has just commented on the resignation of the club’s board and discusses Massimiliano Allegri’s future. Check out his statements below in this article.

The resignations of the directors of Juventus represent an act of responsibility, which puts the interests of the club at the forefront. »

The new board of directors which will be born in January will be composed of highly professional personalities from a technical and legal point of view, led by President Gianluca Ferrero : Along with the other directors, he will be responsible for addressing and resolving the legal issues and corporate issues that are on the table today. I hope the company can demonstrate that it has always done the right thing. »

Maurizio Scanavino, who has demonstrated strong managerial skills in all the companies where he has worked, will use the experience he has acquired especially in the media and digital fields to accelerate the development of Juventus, one of the brands the strongest in the world. »

“Massimiliano Allegri remains the reference in the sports field of Juventus : we are counting on him and the whole team to continue to win as they have shown they can do in recent days, keeping our goals on the pitch. »

“I would like to thank my cousin Andrea for giving us extraordinary emotions, which we will never forget. During these 12 years, we have gained a lot. The merit is above all his, as well as the women and men who under his leadership have achieved memorable goals. »

“Our history speaks of victories and gives us the strength we need in times like these. With the support and love of our fans, we have the opportunity to build an extraordinary future. »


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