Some Juventus Stars Unhappy with Allegri Staying Put

Juventus are set to keep Massimiliano Allegri on the bench for the next campaign. The Bianconeri haven’t had concrete talks with other managers. The gaffer is tied to them until 2025 with a very lucrative contract, Gianluca Di Marzio reports (via OneFootball).

A combination of factors has convinced the higher-ups to stick with him. The Old Lady will undergo changes in other areas. While waiting for Napoli’s greenlight to hire Cristiano Giuntoli, they have promoted Next Gen’s head Giovanni Manna. He had drawn interest from other sides. He’s handling the transfer market and the negotiations at this stage.

Per Alfredo Pedullà, a few Juventus players aren’t content with Allegri staying put. Dusan Vlahovic might consider another year in Turin under the current boss a waste of time. Bayern Munich made the most strides in trying to lure him away. Federico Chiesa and Filip Kostic aren’t satisfied with how the last campaign has gone either.

The manager didn’t raise any doubt regarding his permanence following the season finale (via Corriere della Sera).

“There’s no ongoing negotiation with the club. I have two more years on my contract. I’m at the disposal of the team.”

Only an intervention by owner John Elkann could change the scenario at this stage. It doesn’t look like there will be surprises. The tactician clashed with chief football officer Francesco Calvo again following the Udinese tilt.

Our Take on Juventus and Allegri

The product on the pitch would improve drastically with a younger or more modern boss. It appears they will choose stability after a hellish season, hoping things will get better with less off-the-pitch drama. It’s dubious. Potentially losing talented players should provide further motivation to move on.

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