Max Allegri believes that ‘after winning seven Scudetti and four Coppa Italia, it’s time for Juventus to win in Europe.’

Having reached two finals in the last four years, the Bianconeri boss was emphatic about the clubs objectives for the new season.

“After winning seven Scudetti and four Coppa Italia, it’s time to win in Europe, having gone close before,” Allegri said at a Juventus-Samsung event.

“Cristiano Ronaldo? I think he should be managed normally, as always, while letting him know we’re close to him, like I said at my Press conference.

“If he does what he did in Udine, where he scored an extraordinary goal…

“Our 10 wins? I remember when Capello’s Milan beat my Pescara 5-4 and he said that after that game they wouldn’t lose any. That was, in fact, what happened.

“The truth is though that you have to take things one game at a time. Straight after the international break we have Genoa, who have just changed their Coach, and that won’t be easy.

“Injuries? Douglas Costa is fit and he’ll be there against Genoa, but I don’t know about Sami Khedira.

“Rabiot? It makes no sense to talk about him now…

“Pogba? He plays in Manchester and we have to face him in two crucial games to get through in the Champions League.