Juventus president Jean Claude Blanc has given his backing to coach Ciro Ferrara, ahead of two key games for the club.
Ferrara replaced Claudio Ranieri as coach on a temporary basis at the end of last season before being given the job on a permanent basis in the summer.
However, reports have claimed that Ferrara’s position is in jeopardy following last week’s Champions League defeat by Bordeaux and Sunday’s Serie A loss at Cagliari.
Juve face Inter in Serie A this weekend, while they must avoid being beaten by Bayern Munich next week in order to qualify for the knockout phase of the Champions League.
“The next few games won’t change our project, we will stick to it,” said Blanc.
“I saw my boys really mad. This hunger and rage can be turned into great results.
“Many big clubs have been suffering from a deep crisis. That’s the way football works, but we will get out of this tunnel.
“Ferrara is not at risk.”