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Juventus confirm Massimiliano Allegri exit

Juventus announced on Friday that current coach Massimiliano Allegri will not continue next season.

Allegri took over five years ago and has a long record in the old women's side, leading him to the domestic title five times, four Italian Cups and two European Super Cups.


He also reached the Champions League final twice and lost to Barcelona in 2015 and Real Madrid in 2017.

"The rumors about the names of the candidates for my dispute are part of the game," said 51-year-old Allegri. "I am grateful to the president (Andrea Aniele), who also said he wanted to continue with me. I told him before Ajax that I would stay. I owe him and the club. "

"I spoke to the president a few days ago and we agreed to meet again. But my decision has long been to stay. I have a contract with the club and there is work to do. "

"Allegri will be a coach for Juventus," Juventus said.

Indeed, the coach and the club president have met in the past two days and seem to have not agreed on future plans.


The Italian coach has been criticized by Juventus for their third title in the Champions League and the first since 1996 of the quarter-finals of the season by Ajax Amsterdam, despite strengthening their ranks by joining Cristiano Ronaldo from Real Madrid for about 100 million euros , And came out of the quarter-finals of the Italian Cup by Atalanta.