Andrea Agnelli’s time as Juventus’ president has been a mix of good and bad occurrences, and it is normal that some reports have tipped him to be replaced.

After the fallout of the European Super League and Juventus’ poor start to this campaign, it seemed his job was on the line.

Some rumours keep suggesting that he would be replaced as the president of Juve.

However, the administrator has been in the job long enough to expect rumours like this, and he says in a recent interview that it does not surprise him.

He is also not bothered because he enjoys the work he does, which is the most important thing.

“I’ve heard these rumours for a long time. They’ve been around for years, not weeks and they don’t bother me. I am serene and I still have fun, which is the most important thing,” he told Il Foglio a San Siro, as quoted by Football Italia.

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Agnelli has made some poor decisions as the leader of Juventus, but he has also been a key reason behind the Bianconeri remaining a top European club.

His recent hire-and-fire approach to the club’s management has not been a good thing, but he has backed Max Allegri to bring the glory days back to the club, and things will get better soon.