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Having arrived at Juventus in the summer of 2021, Massimiliano Allegri has signed a four-year contract with the club. His lease expires in 2025. As yet, the Italian coach has not received any offers to renew his contract. As a result, he could be forced to step down at the end of the season. His replacement seems to have already been appointed.
Today’s issue of Corriere Dello Sport reports that Massimiliano Allegri could be bidding farewell at the end of the season. With two years to go before the end of his contract, the Italian doesn’t seem to have the assurance that his managers want to continue the adventure with him for very long. Hoping to have no difficulty in relaunching his career, he has reportedly decided to leave his post of his own accord at the end of the season. The Old Lady have already decided on a successor. It would be Antonio Conte, who has already managed the club in the past.