Massimiliano Allegri is now officially the new coach of the Juventus. The Italian club, after firing Pirlo, announced this Friday that Allegri will take the reins of La Vecchia Signora from next season.
The Italian signed his contract and will collect 9 million net, committing until 2025. He was one of the candidates to occupy the bench of Real Madrid, but after no meringue offer was made, Allegri has decided to return to the Bianconero club, where in five years he won five Scudetti, four Italian Cups, two Super Cups, and played two Champions League finals.
Allegri I also had on the table a possible Inter proposal, but the club’s financial problems (which led to the goodbye of Conte), they alienated him from the Nerazzurri entity.