Maximiliano Allegri could leave Juventus at the end of this season. The football manager has been heavily linked with a move to Chelsea as Sarri’s replacement – Allegri won 11 domestic titles during his five year reign at the Allianz Stadium Maximiliano Allegri has reportedly agreed to part ways with Juventus at the end of this season after five years in charge of the club. The Italian born tactician took charge of the Serie A club in 2014 and has won the league title every single season since he joined them. Juve signed Cristiano Ronaldo last summer in a bid to win the Champions League this campaign but were dumped out of the competition by young Ajax side at the quarterfinal stage.
5 seasons, 11 trophies, 2 CL finals + so many unforgettable moments, Probably, It’s time to say a Goodbye nothing but respect for Massimiliano Allegri ! 👏 pic.twitter.com/hsR0MEREkp
— Forza Juventus (@ForzaJuve2017) May 8, 2019
Meanwhile, Allegri and the club’s president Andrea Agnelli were said to have consistently denied that there will be a change at the club come to the end of this summer. However, Daily Mail quoting Italian news outlet La Stampa claims an agreement was reached between the pair on Wednesday night to part ways. This could give Paris Saint-Germain a chance to hire Allegri as replacement for Thomas Tuchel should the German coach be sacked by the Ligue 1 side. Tucher is said to be in disagreement with his employers, with relationships between him and both president Nasser Al-Khelaifi and sporting director Antero Henrique strained. The former Borussia Dortmund took over affairs at the Pard Des Princes in the summer of 2017 but has not been able to elevate their status on the European scene. He has, however, won a French League title and a French Cup during his stay since he arrived at the club. Photo Credit: Getty