Massimiliano Allegri spoke ahead of tomorrow evening’s potential Scudetto decider against Fiorentina.
Speaking on the chance to win their eigth straight league title, the Bianconeri's coach had this to say: "Tomorrow, we have the chance to seal the Scudetto and we need to. We have to look ahead and get over the disappointment without looking for excuses."
"Once we've won the Scudetto then we can start planning for the future with calmness. The Scudetto is celebrated because it is a great achievement and the result of a year of hard work, despite being faced with difficulties and injuries. It would have been a positive season with 50% of our targets reached. If we seal the title tomorrow then we have five more games ahead of us, in which we still need to give a good account of ourselves."
A host of players have been out recently and tomorrow is no different: "Mattia Perrin is out until the end of the season, as is Sami Khedira and also maybe Mario Mandzukic. Paulo Dybala is out for 20 days, with Douglas Costa and Martin Caceres for 10. Giorgio Chiellini could be back for Inter. Andrea Barzagli is better and Juan Cuadrado will play tomorrow."
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