Who will be Allegri’s successor?

Max Allegri, or well known as Massimiliano Allegri, previously confirmed that he would leave the Old Lady club at the end of this season. Since Allegri handled Juventus replacing Antonio Conte in 2014, his hand managed to bring Juventus to lift the five-time Scudetto trophy in a row.

Another achievement, Allegri delivered I Bianconeri twice to reach the Champions League final, but did not succeed in winning. In 2017 defeated Real Madrid, and previously in 2015 defeated Barcelona.

Names appeared instead, among them, even Jose Mourinho was mentioned, Sinisa Mihajlovic, Mauricio Pochettino, Simone Inzaghi, Antonio Conte, Pep Guardiola, and Maurizio Sarri.

Director of the Old Lady, Fabio Paratici, said he would not rush to find a candidate for successor to Allegri, a 51-year-old man. “Clubs must evaluate beforehand so that they are not misled, requiring patience and ideas for the right new coach,” he said.

“For Juve’s progress, now is the right time for me to step down, so that the club can immediately make changes,” Allegri said.

For 5 years working at Juventus, Allegri has led the Old Lady to 11 trophies. Allegri’s decision inevitably surprised the Old Lady supporters. Juventus have also held a farewell press conference at the Allianz Stadium.

“Departure from Juve is indeed supposed to be,” commented Italian national team coach Roberto Mancini.

According to Mancini, there are rarely clubs that want to maintain their coach for a long time. “Indeed, there are clubs that continue to maintain from year to year but that is very rare,” said the coach who was familiarly called Mancio.

Pep Guardiola is the one most targeted by Juventus for his new coach. Then what does Pep Guardiola say himself?

The latest news, it turns out that Pep Guardiola has agreed to become the new coach of Juventus. Even unmitigated, Pep contracted for four years.

The story, after the celebration of the championship of Manchester City, was found Pep Guardiola then in Milan, Italy. Then, according to Onda Cero, Juventus Sports Director Fabio Paratici then approached Pep Guardiola on Tuesday (05/21/2019) local time.

After discussing between Paratici and Guardiola an agreement was made that Guardiola was willing to sign a contract with Juventus for four years.

“This is a special and decisive day, Guardiola became Juve’s new coach, a four-year contract,” according to Federico Gennarell of Radio Sportiva who lurked the contents of the talks between Paratici and Guardiola.

Although in recent weeks, Guardiola has been targeted by Juventus to replace Allegri.

But Guardiola’s decision to finally take part in Juventus was quite surprising and at the same time encouraging the Juventus club.

As is known, Pep Guardiola with Manchester City has made The Citizens win the British domestic treble title in the 2018-2019 season. Where Manchester City was the only Team in Elizabeth’s country who succeeded for the first time reaching a domestic treble throughout history.

In three seasons Guardiola presented six titles for Manchester City. Pep Guardiola was also selected as the Premier League’s best coach this season.

Surprisingly, among others. Pep Guardiola previously said that he would not go anywhere, not to Juventus or Italy. “I still have two years here,” Guardiola said. His words refer to previous words that next season he is still at Manchester City.

He stated that at that time he was still satisfied to be the coach of The Citizens. “I will not leave,” Guardiola said when commenting on the issue he was asked by Juventus.

But finally, Guardiola’s heart melted too. The latest news, he is now leaving Manchester City and accepting proposal from Juventus.


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