The Bianconeri chief says he shares the same vision as the 44-year-old and is intent on realising it, while insisting that his club will take the Europa League seriously
The former Siena coach has led the Bianconeri to back-to-back titles since taking charge in the summer of 2011, but his current contract expires at the end of next season.
However, the club chief says he is planning the club's future with the 44-year-old in charge of the team.
"The future of our team will certainly be with Conte on the bench," he told La Gazzetta dello Sport.
"We started on a path almost three years ago. We began to win ahead of schedule. And winning is not important, it's the only thing that matters.
"My dreams are the same as Antonio's, so we will achieve them together."
Agnelli went on to say that Juventus will try to win the Europa League this season to help with their European coefficient points ahead of next season's Champions League.
"In the meantime, we want to honour the Europa League's importance. It gives you Uefa ranking points and there is a touch of romance with the final being played at our stadium."