Juventus have signed Massimiliano Allegri as manager for the second time after stacking Andrea Pirlo who failed to do well under one season, MySportDab reports.
Juve has made the call to bring back a familiar face to Turin after one of their worst seasons in history which they almost miss out on Champions League football.
Massimiliano Allegri has signed a contract with Juventus until 2025 which will see him make a return back into coaching aside he left last summer after years of success.
The move sees Real Madrid miss out on signing the man they have been hurling over as Zidane’s replacement which looks not going to happen for them.
Massimiliano Allegri has signed his contract until June 2025 as new Juventus manager, done and completed. Salary around €9m net per season. He’s back after he decided not to wait for Real Madrid – official statement in the next hours, here we go confirmed. ⚪️⚫️ #Juventus
— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) May 28, 2021
They have turned their focus on signing Paris Saint-German manager Mauricio Pochettino who might be willing to make the move that was reported to have happened years ago.
On the other hand, Juventus just confirmed Andrea Pirlo is leaving the managerial position, and immediately Allegri has been given a deal.
This might see Cristiano Ronaldo staying with the club as reports of him wanting a move away after the season came to an end with him being benched all through their last game.
They will see Massimiliano Allegri make a second return with a four years deal given to him as they look to reclaim their league title which they lost to Inter Milan who also sacked Antonio Conte.
So much going on in Italy as more news from the transfer market will be making rounds as we look ahead to Euros2021.