Juventus first-team coach Massimo Carrera has admitted he is unsure if manager Antonio Conte will stay with the Bianconeri beyond this season.
Conte, who guided Juve to their second successive Serie A title last week, has been linked with a move away from Turin in recent weeks with Chelsea and PSG among the mooted destinations.
And with speculation mounting that Les Parisiens are ready to offer big money to prise the former midfielder away from Juve, Carrera says he is unaware of his colleague's plans beyond the end of the current campaign.
"Antonio has not spoken to either the president or [Juve chief executive Beppe] Marotta," Carrera said. "I'm sure they will make their considerations, but you'll have to ask that question to him. He is a winner and wants to improve himself all the time."
Meanwhile, Carrera said that despite the Scudetto being wrapped up, Juventus will not lose focus.
"We will try and give space to some players who have played less," he said. "But we want to win all our remaining games and beat some records. There are no signs of wear and tear."