Final Year: Massimiliano Allegri to leave following another Serie A title

Massimiliano Allegri held meetings with Juventus top authorities earlier in the week during which a visible disagreement can be seen between the two parties.


Coach Massimiliano Allegri will leave the Old lady at the end of the season, the Italian club announced on Friday “Massimiliano Allegri will be not be coaching the club next season” the club said in a rather surprising development. In the summer Juventus will have their hands full taking on the mammoth task of replacing the manager who has won 5 series title with the old lady club. Both parties have earlier in the week held a meeting during which a clear dissent between them has emerged. The media reports are stating an increase in the salary of the manager were the cause of his departure. This year Serie A winners and the record-breaking eight consecutive Serie A title holders have a huge task in the summer window.


Despite signing the best in world player the Portuguese superstar Cristiano Ronaldo from Madrid last summer, the old lady has failed to make it past the UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE quarter-finals for a second consecutive season.


Juventus were defeated by the young Ajax side in the competition last eight despite Juventus having a star-studded side consisting Cristiano Ronaldo, Paul Dybala, Pjanic and world cup winner Blaise Matuidi.


Allegri has already guided the old lady into two UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE FINALS, the first one losing to Barcelona in 2015 and the next one hammered by the Real Madrid in 2017. He was looking to put behind that having Portugal prodigy in his team but that could not wave off the young resilient Ajax side.


Apart from the Allegri leaving the Bianconeri, Juventus have already signed their first summer signing with Arsenal & Wales midfielder Aaron Ramsey on a free transfer. Paul Dybala was rumored to be going but that is truly speculative. Let’s see what brought down in the summer.

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