Manager of Juventus FC, Maximiliano Allegri has agreed to exit the Italian club this summer after winning 11 trophies in just five seasons and five years with the club.
According to a huge revelation from Italian publication La Stampa, Allegri and Juventus had reached an agreement, Wednesday over a meeting with chairman Andrea Agnelli, vice-chairman Pavel Nedved and sporting director Fabio Paratici all ‘on site’ that day.
Should this speculation be true, Allegri is likely to join Paris Saint-Germain, who are reportedly set to sack current coach Thomas Tuchel. Even without Champions League glory to his name, and La Stampa has named Paris Saint-Germain and Barcelona as possible destinations.
The report went on to suggest that former Juventus boss Antonio Conte, the man who kicked off the club’s era of Serie A dominance with titles in 2011/12, 2012/13 and 2013/14 could make a sensational return.
Tuchel , who joined the Ligue 1 champions last summer has fallen out with both president Nasser Al-Khelaifi and sporting director Antero Henrique.
You may recall that Ronaldo made a shocking transfer demand from Juventus last month. Cristiano Ronaldo has demanded for a major overhaul at Juventus after the Italian side got knocked out of the UEFA Champions League by Ajax on Tuesday.