Zazzaroni: ‘Allegri wants to leave Juventus’


Il Corriere dello Sport editor Ivan Zazzaroni claims Juventus coach Max Allegri is ready to leave the club at the end of this season. Rumours have circulated this week that Antonio Conte could be returning to the Juve bench, after he was quoted as saying:

“Return to Juventus? Marriages are always done in two, you can always dream and hope to get married again. The important thing is that there is thought sharing. Right now I am enjoying the free time I have, I continue to study and look around to broaden my knowledge.”

Conte was linked with the Napoli job in recent months and is also a contendor for the Roma job, should Jose Mourinho leave this summer when his contract ends.

Speaking after Juve’s 1-1 draw against Inter, Zazzaroni said:

“Allegri, at the end of the season, wants to give notice, there are no conditions to stay.

“He’ll take the money and that’s the end of the show, but it’s normal that’s how it is,” the journalist continued. “He belongs to a Juventus that no longer exists. He is doing a great job with a reduced staff, he should finish in the top four. If he did something more it would fuel more regrets later, but that is a secondary problem.

“Max struggles to find himself in a different Juventus, then in football many things may not happen. If I had to bet a large sum I would do it on his leaving. Resignation? There are many ways to say goodbye. “


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