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Massimiliano Allegri Has Decided To Stay At Juventus For Next Season

Written By Onyeka Daniel

Going by the results in the year 2024, it seems almost certain that Juventus will be entering the 2024-25 season under a new manager, but according to Tuttosport, Massimiliano Allegri won’t resign at the end of the season.

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Especially if the Bianconeri win the Coppa Italia and qualify for the Champions League, so the club will have to sack him if they want to part company. Allegri is unwilling to resign as Juventus head coach having a contract expiring in June 2025 and being in the race for all the targets this season, reports Tuttosport.


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At the beginning of 2023-24, the Bianconeri’s main targets were to qualify for the Champions League and win the Coppa Italia. The club also requested to include at least three NextGen players in the first team, which Allegri did this season.

However, according to Tuttosport, the Italian tactician is no longer part of Juventus’ plans for the future. Allegri is aware of it but is not considering resigning, especially if the Bianconeri fulfil all their targets this term.

Tuttosport describes the club’s environment as ‘electric’. This is because Juventus must fork out around €20m to end Allegri and his staff members’ contracts one year in advance.

Club director Cristiano Giuntoli will sit down with Allegri at the end of the season to make a final decision about this future and potentially negotiate a payout for the 56-year-old coach, while looking to bring in Thiago Motta as replacement.

Meanwhile…

Tottenham have reportedly made contact with Torino to start exploring a summer move for talented defender Alessandro Buongiorno. The 24-year-old Italian centre back emerged as a shining talent last season and he’s attracted a lot of attention over the last 12 months.

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Also, there’s a long list of clubs keeping a close eye on him including Newcastle United, Milan, Bayern Munich and Atalanta. Tottenham have a recent history of success when looking to Serie A for reinforcements, picking up players like Destiny Udogie, Guglielmo Vicario, Radu Dragusin and Dejan Kulusevski. As such, Spurs are expected to return to Italy in the summer.

According to a report from Calciomercato, Spurs have opened talks with the Granata to start understanding the margins of a possible deal for Buongiorno in the summer, learning his €35m price tag. Napoli are also interested in the 24-year-old, having tried to make a move in January with €25m and Leo Ostigard offer, and are expected to return to compete with Spurs in the Summer. AC Milan, Inter Milan and Juventus are also said to be interested.

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