Juventus Begin Considering Dismissing Allegri Early

Juventus haven’t snapped out of their slump, which is now their worst since 1999 following the loss against Lazio, and Massimiliano Allegri is starting to lose support. The brass had renewed their confidence in him during the international break. However, things might change quickly if the results don’t improve, TuttoSport informs.

The decision needs to be taken at the very top of the club. If the Bianconeri don’t win against Lazio in Coppa Italia and Fiorentina in the next Serie A round, sporting director Cristiano Giuntoli, CEO Maurizio Scanavino, and president Gianluca Ferrero will hold an all-hands-on-deck meeting to discuss a late-season firing.

Juventus noticed how a coaching change helped Roma and Lazio greatly, which puts Allegri in jeopardy. The Bianconeri have a nine-point lead over sixth-placed Atalanta, which have a game in hand.

Marcello Lippi resigned the last time the Old Lady had such a prolonged skid. The short turnarounds this week will likely prevent anything drastic. Though, it’s not 100 percent sure that the Tuscan coach will stay on the bench until the end of the campaign. The club can’t afford to miss out on the Champions League.

Our Take on Juventus and Allegri

The decent news for their fans is that it has become a matter of when and not if the team will move on from the gaffer. On the other hand, they haven’t sacked somebody midseason in ages. He’ll probably have two or three more chances.

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