Conte made the comments after the 2-0 win at Bologna on Sunday, when he was criticised by home boss Stefano Pioli for celebrating with visiting supporters.
Conte reacted furiously to Pioli, saying that Italy had its priorities wrong if celebrating victory was considered more offensive than violent fan behaviour that included chanting about the Heysel Stadium disaster.
The former Siena boss added he would move abroad if the “shameful” supporter behaviour continued.
But Juve director Beppe Marotta said Conte was reacting in the heat of the moment, and that the Serie A winning tactician would remain at the club next season.
“It was a post-match comment,” Marotta told RadioAnch’io Lo Sport. “Conte is a great coach and I hope he will remain at Juventus for a long time to come.
“I understand that not everyone is like Alex Ferguson, but I am convinced that we will have him with us for many more years.”
Marotta added that the backdrop to Conte’s comments should be treated as a matter of priority by the Italian FA.
“The situation is deteriorating,” he added. “When we play away from home we are always escorted by armed police.
“It seems as if we have gone back in time to the gladiatorial arenas of Roman times. The world of football alone can do little, it is a matter of culture.”