Despite days of reflections, comparisons, and even clashes, Juventus have decided to keep Massimiliano Allegri as the manager of their first team.
According to journalist Nicola Balice, Massimiliano Allegri appears to be destined to remain the manager of Juventus for the time being. After evaluating every aspect in the case of Allegri’s potential departure, the Juve hierarchy has decided to carry on with the former Milan manager.
Considering that the Italian gaffer is bound to earn €7 million net plus bonuses per season until 30 June 2025, Juve think that it would be a wise decision economically to keep faith in his services. Keeping that in mind, Juve haven’t started their hunt for Allegri’s replacement.
The report also claims that Juventus would not part ways with the manager unless they discover new twists in the tale or encounter further collapse.
Since the start of the season, the Old Lady has garnered 10 points from seven games in Serie A and lost both of their games in the UEFA Champions League. Currently, the Bianconeri are eighth in the Serie A points table and are at the rock-bottom in their respective group in the Champions League.
GIFN | Jyotirmoy Halder