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For several days now, rumours have been circulating that Massimiliano Allegri is likely to leave Juventus next summer. To this end, the staff of the Old Lady of Italy are already exploring a number of avenues to find his worthy successor.
With his contract due to expire in 2025, Massimiliano Allegri could leave earlier than expected, next summer. He is rumoured to be José Mourinho’s replacement at Roma. The Portuguese is leaving for Saudi Arabia. Antonio Conte seems to have been the man nominated to take over at the Bianconeri. However, according to TMW, the club’s directors appear to be reticent. They are not convinced by either the sporting or financial aspects of the project. To this end, Thiago Motta is seen as the profile that could fit the bill. But the Bologna coach is also being courted by several other clubs across Europe. Raffaele Palladino, currently coach of Monza, could be Juventus’s plan B.