Juventus Planning Their Future Moves Along with Allegri

The advances from Saudi Arabia haven’t broken through, as Massimiliano Allegri had a meeting with the Juventus hierarchy to discuss the transfer market Tuesday. Despite the rich offers, the gaffer is fully immersed in the Bianconeri project. He’s eager to continue and devise the strategies with the new management, Gianluca Di Marzio informs.

The front office tendered a new contract to Adrien Rabiot. They will wait for his answer before targeting different midfielders. Instead, Juan Cuadrado is on his way out, even though he claimed to have received an offer to re-up. Lucas Vazquez and Emil Holm currently top the shortlist of replacements. Andrea Cambiaso will return from Bologna. The coach will test him on the right wing, but he’s more natural on the left one.

Allegri requested the Juventus brass to confirm Arkadiusz Milik. They resumed negotiating with Olympique Marseille after not picking up their €7M option to buy. There’s optimism the marksman will return with a slightly different formula. The transfer will have better chances of becoming permanent down the line.

Per TuttoSport, the Bianconeri are confident Napoli will free up Cristiano Giuntoli from his contract after hiring their next coach. In the meantime, Giovanni Manna is serving as the sporting director.

Our Take on Juventus and Allegri

The boss transferring to Saudi Arabia would have solved a giant economic and technical problem for the Old Lady. Even if they might have had some reservations, paying top dollar to two managers doesn’t align with their new cost-effective era. Moreover, the gaffer would probably never leave Turin of his own volition.

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