Juventus coach Max Allegri says he's fully committed to the job after the board's resignation on Monday.
Former president Andrea Agnelli and his board resigned amid financial investigations.
Exor chairman John Elkann has since assured Allegri is safe and the coach said: “It is always very positive to feel the closeness of the shareholders and so I thank John Elkann for these words.
“In these years of work, passion and victories, I have always been able to count on the support of Andrea Agnelli, to whom I am bound by a relationship of friendship, which will not be interrupted with the end of his presidency.
“Andrea and John are reference figures for the Juventus world, which must remain focused on the daily work on the pitch to obtain the results we all want."