TURIN – Italian veteran coach, Massimiliano Allegri, reportedly recently declined an offer to return to deal with Juventus. As reported by the Daily Mail, Thursday (02/13/2020), Juventus management is preparing Allegri as the Bianconeri tactician – nicknamed Juventus – next season.
Juventus make Allegri as the leading candidate if later they fire the allenatore at the moment, Maurizio Sarri. However, it was rumored that Allegri was not interested in handling Juventus, the club which he had brought five times in succession to the Italian League champions.
The Daily Mail was still reported, the above decision was taken by Allegri because the 52-year-old coach had chosen the club to be addressed. Allegri is reported to have agreed to become Manchester United's coach as of next season.
This season, Manchester United's performance can not be said to be good. Of the 25 matches in the 2019-2020 English League, Man United stuck in eighth position with a collection of 35 points, 38 points adrift of Liverpool at the top of the standings.
If current Man United coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer fails to deliver the Red Devils to the top four, the Norwegian architect will no longer be at Old Trafford Stadium again next season. At that moment, Allegri came in to replace Solskjaer.
New experiences are something Allegri is looking for. After winning six Italian League trophies with two different clubs (Juventus and Milan), Allegri wants to find new fortune in other competitions. England want to be the next destination for the former Cagliari coach.
Moving to England at the same time proving that Allegri can be better than Antonio Conte. For your information, in the last few seasons Allegri has always been compared to Conte. After winning three Italian League trophies with Juventus, Conte worked in the Land of Queen Elizabeth and led Chelsea won the English League title. .



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