Juventus considering the future of Massimiliano Allegri

Serie A giants Juventus are reportedly considering the future of their manager Massimiliano Allegri.

According to a report by Marco Conterio, Juventus are likely to ponder over their finances after enduring a rough season full of legal setbacks.

The Bianconeri management is set to economize their financial liabilities and that may see the end of Massimiliano Allegri’s tenure as the manager. Allegri is currently on the payroll of €7 million per season and having two years left on his contract, the club is aiming to come to a consensual decision with their coach.

Massimiliano Allegri brought Juventus back on track after a period of tactical mediocrity but due to the sanctions and points deductions, he couldn’t get his side to achieve Champions League qualification for next season. 

The Bianconeri officials are aiming to replace their existing coach with a cheap alternative and the names of Bologna’s Thiago Motta, Marseille’s Igor Tudor and Porto’s Sergio Conceicao have been reportedly shortlisted. 

As for Allegri, Juventus could relieve him from his duties by proposing a one-year settlement of salary with him before the start of next season.


Trambak Bhattacherjee | GIFN


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