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La Repubblica suggests that Frosinone coach Fabio Grosso could be on his way to Turin to replace Massimiliano Allegri at Juventus .
The Bianconeri’s 1-0 defeat by AC Milan on Sunday confirmed that the club will not finish in the top four this season, meaning that they will not take part in next season’s Champions League. This is a disastrous result for the club, which is now expected to make radical changes this summer. As suggested by La Repubblica, Juventus are seriously considering sacking Allegri this summer, despite the fact that he is still under contract with the club until 2025 on a salary of around 7 million euros net per season. One coach they are considering is Grosso, who led Frosinone back to Serie A thanks to his impressive work in the second division this season.