Juventus sack manager, Allegri

Aubrey Yates
May 18, 2019

It was confirmed on Friday that current Juventus manager Max Allegri will leave the club at the end of the season, sparking speculation that they could move to bring Sarri to Turin.

"Massimiliano Allegri will not be on the Juventus bench for the 2019-2020 season, "the statement on Juventus' website read".

Allegri arrived in 2014 after four years at Milan and led Juve to five consecutive Serie A titles.

The Italian will remain in charge for Juventus' final two Serie A matches of the season, having already secured the title last month.

The Italians have lost in two finals - against Barcelona and Real Madrid - and were knocked out in the quarterfinals this year by Ajax.

Juventus will soon begin the search for a new coach for the first time in five years after it was announced Massimiliano Allegri is set to depart.

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Other names in the hat are Simeone Inzaghi of Lazio or Sinisa Mihajlovic of Bologna, but they are perhaps not quite of the proven calibre Juventus seek to replace a coach who has essentially been a guarantee of domestic dominance for half a decade. I'm satisfied working here and I'm not going anywhere.

Guardiola strongly denied rumours linking him with Juve earlier in the season and he was again dismissive when asked about the Turin club before Saturday's FA Cup final.

"That is how I feel today, but football changes a lot".

"Next season may not be so good, but I am going to be manager of Manchester City".

Although Klopp hasn't managed to win a trophy so far on Merseyside, the German has taken Liverpool to successive Champions League finals and fell agonisingly short of winning the Premier League title this season, finishing on 97 points, just one behind Manchester City.

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