Max Allegri Tipped to Leave Juventus In The Summer

Journalist Max Statman has taken stock of Massimiliano Allegri’s future at Juventus amidst the club’s rotten patch in Serie A. He believes the ex-Milan coach will sever ties with Bianconeri at the end of the season.
Allegri has one year left to run on his current contract at Juventus. But though he’s on the verge of steering the record-time Italian champions back to the Champions League group stages, his long-term prospects in Turin are under the microscope.
In addition to his team’s notorious inability to score goals, they’ve recently hit a rough patch, picking up just one win across their last nine league outings. That’s led to significant unrest among the club supporters, sparking rumors over Allegri’s potential exit in the summer.
Juventus brought Allegri back to replace Andrea Pirlo in 2021, hoping he could restore the club to its former glory. However, they’ve never come close to winning the Scudetto in the 56-year-old’s three years in charge, finishing as high as fourth in that period.
Often accused of playing defensive football, Allegri has lost fans’ trust, and the same could happen with the board unless Juventus can turn their fortunes around down the final stretch. They’ve surrendered a runner-up spot in Serie A to Milan and must fight to avoid slipping further down the table.
But even if Juventus secure Champions League football, which seems inevitable at this point, Allegri might not stay in Turin next season. A list of candidates to take the Italian’s place is long, with Bologna’s Thiago Motta emerging as the most appealing solution.
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