French side Paris Saint-Germain are interested in signing Juventus coach Max Allegri this summer to replace Mauricio Pochettino. The Argentine is expected to leave PSG in the summer following a disappointing European campaign that saw them eliminated from the Champions League by Real Madrid.
Tuttosport report that the Parisians are weighing up their options and while Zinedine Zidane is thought to be the favourite, Allegri is among the names being considered, along with Spurs coach Antonio Conte.
PSG have reportedly been in contact with Allegri when he previously left the Bianconeri two seasons ago, however there were unable to agree terms on a contract.
Sportmediaset also report on the story but suggest that Allegri has no intention of leaving the club this summer and is focused on winning Serie A and progressing Juventus in the Champions League.