Juventus coach, Massimiliano Allegri, has dismissed claims
he wants the Manchester United job.
Recent reports have claimed Allegri, 51, is keen to be Jose
Mourinho's successor at Old Trafford, with United set to
name his long-term replacement at the end of the season.
Following Mourinho's sacking, club legend Ole Gunnar
Solskaer was named as caretaker boss, but United are said
to have identified Allegri as a potential target.
Tottenham's Mauricio Pochettino has also been the subject
of much speculation since Mourinho was axed.
Allegri, speaking ahead of Juventus' Serie A clash with
Sampdoria on Saturday, says he is happy in Turin and
focused on his job.
"I still have a year and a half on my contract.
"I'm fine here and we're doing important things.
"Now we are in December and it's better to wait. From here
to June there are many games," he said.