Allegri turns focus to Champions League after 'beautiful' season

Juventus ended their championship Serie A campaign with a nod to the future as 17-year-old Moise Kean scored a stoppage-time victor in a 2-1 comeback victory over Bologna on Saturday.

A second-half substitute, Kean connected on a hard header following a free kick from Miralem Pjanic.

Juve, who already had the title sewn up, were at far from full strength for their final game of the league season, with the likes of Gianluigi Buffon and Leonardo Bonucci on the bench, with more than one eye understandably on next Saturday's meeting with Real Madrid in Cardiff. In November, Kean became the first player born in this millennium to appear in Serie A.

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However, talks are reportedly to be held next week between Wenger and Arsenal owner Stan Kroenke where the 67-year-old is set to extend his stay in North London, yet it has not silenced the rumour mill which has Allegri firmly placed as Wenger's successor.

The former AC Milan boss recently guided the Old Lady to a six straight Serie A title - his third since taking charge in 2014, and also won the Coppa Italia for the third consecutive season. "I have a contract until 2018 and need to talk to the club after the Champions League final". Then we'll prepare for the last match.

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In Saturday's other game, Atalanta provisionally moved up to fourth place with a 1-0 win over Chievo.

Already guaranteed a Europa League spot, the win moved Atalanta two points ahead of Lazio, who can reclaim the position with victory at relegation-threatened Crotone on Sunday.