The former Cagliari coach has claimed his side will give their all against Udinese on Sunday evening at the Stadio Friuli, despite the Serie A title already being won
The Italian giants have already sewn up the title but will be looking to end an impressive campaign on a high. Udinese on the other hand have it all to play for this weekend as a victory over Allegri's men would secure the fourth Champions League qualification spot.
The two sides played out one of the games of the season in January at San Siro, drawing 4-4; and Allegri believes supporters will see another eventful match.
“This will be a great game in Udine. We have nothing to lose but we will play a good technical match and Milan will look for the result. We cannot make a bad impression,” the title-winning coach told reporters during his pre-match press-conference.
The coach was also keen to highlight the quality Udinese possess in their ranks.
“They have players like Di Natale who has scored a lot of goals. Then there is Sanchez, Inler and Zapata, all very good players. They are very close to reaching an important target so we cannot already be on our holidays in Udine,” he added.
Allegri concluded his conference with a few words on Andrea Pirlo, who looks likely to depart the club this summer with a switch to Juventus imminent.
“Juventus have made a great signing with Andrea [Pirlo]. He is an important player but he has made his choice. Pirlo will do great things for Juventus. For him, this was a year full of accidents but until October he was playing regularly,” Allegri stated.
Victory against Udinese would be the club's 25th in Serie A this season.