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Allegri and Giuntoli diagnose main Juventus issue – The measures decided

Juve: confronto Allegri-Giuntoli e strigliata alla squadra|Primapagina |  Calciomercato.com

 

 

Juventus coach Max Allegri and the club’s Football Director Cristiano Giuntoli held open talks to identify the issues plaguing the squad as of late.

 

The Bianconeri have failed to register a win in their last four outings, which effectively spelled the end of the Scudetto aspirations.

 

Following Saturday’s 2-2 draw against Hellas Verona, Allegri and Giuntoli held open talks on Sunday to figure out the main problem that has been hampering the team in recent weeks.

 

The duo agreed that the issue is primarily mental. ............

 

Allegri and Giuntoli decided that the manager would address the team, perhaps taking a more stern stance and raising the tone a little bit, hoping to give the players a wake-up call, without forgetting the merits accomplished earlier in the season.

 

The coach will also be seeking assistance from the senior players in the squad who will have a major role to play in the coming weeks.

 

The Bianconeri will be hoping to turn the corner starting with a win over Frosinone this Sunday.

 

Read more -> https://www.juvefc.com/allegri-and-giuntoli-diagnose-main-juventus-issue-the-measures-decided/

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Allegri considers changing Juventus formation – The two options revealed

Lazio-Juventus, Allegri preoccupato: un dato spaventa l'allenatore

 

 

Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri could reportedly adopt a new tactical setup in the coming fixtures. ............

 

The 56-year-old has been working on a new formation that includes the attacking trident of Dusan Vlahovic, Federico Chiesa and Kenan Yildiz.

 

Since these three stars can’t all fit in the current 3-5-2 system, Allegri would have to ditch it in favor of a more attacking approach. ............

 

 

Nevertheless, the club’s recent disappointing results could accelerate the tactical change. This could prompt the birth of a 3-4-2-1 formation.

 

Moreover, the source notes an alternative solution in the shape of a 4-2-3-1 module, similar to the one deployed during the second half against Hellas Verona.

 

Chiesa and Andrea Cambiaso acted as advanced wingers, while Yildiz operated as an attacking midfielder, before being replaced by January signing Carlos Alcaraz.

 

This system also saw Weston McKennie acting as a right-back, while Alex Sandro seems to be the only natural option for the left-back spot (since Cambiaso is playing as a right-winger), at least until Mattia De Sciglio regains his full fitness.

 

Read more -> https://www.juvefc.com/report-allegri-considers-changing-juventus-formation-the-two-options-revealed/

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Juventus hierarchy confirms confidence in Allegri but postpones renewal talks

Juve, una poltrona per tre: la difficile decisione di Allegri cambia il  futuro

 

 

Juventus manager Max Allegri still has the backing of the management, but his future at the club remains shrouded in mystery. ............

 

As we all know, Allegri still has another year on his contract which is valid until 2025. However, the tactician doesn’t fancy entering the final year of his deal.

 

Therefore, the parties will either renew their collaboration and push back the deadline, or decide to part ways at the end of the season.

 

The hierarchy will continue to back Allegri until the end of the campaign.

 

The manager still has the club’s full confidence.

 

However, the club directors have decided to put all contract talks on ice, delaying the matter until the end of the season. ............

 

Read more -> https://www.juvefc.com/juventus-hierarchy-confirms-confidence-in-allegri-but-postpones-renewal-talks/

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Ravanelli weighs in on Juventus situation: “Allegri is not the problem, the players aren’t ready”

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Juventus legend Fabrizio Ravanelli came to the defense of Max Allegri when discussing the current situation at the club. ............

 

White Feather believes that the main issue lies in the quality of the players at the coach’s disposal.

 

The 55-year-old backs his claim by noting that the manager had done well when he had a superior squad at Continassa, in a reference to his first stint at the club between 2014 and 2019.

 

“I don’t think Allegri is the problem for this Juventus side”.

 

“Whenever he had the necessary resources, he has always been able to bring out the best in the team. But today, the players are not ready to compete for the title.

 

“During their excellent run, they have pushed themselves beyond the limit, but the team is not ready to win a tough league like Serie A.” ............

 

Read more -> https://www.juvefc.com/ravanelli-weighs-in-on-juventus-situation-allegri-is-not-the-problem-the-players-arent-ready/

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Juventus Expected to Be Pragmatic About Coaching Choice

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The reports about Juventus keeping Massimiliano Allegri past this season have gone back and forth. The team has yet to decide what to do with the gaffer. The parties would eventually need to agree to a new contract. ............

 

Conversely, if the Bianconeri limped to the finish line, the possibility of a coaching change would gain steam. Thiago Motta is the potential replacement the front office is the most intrigued by. ............

 

The Old Lady is in a peculiar spot as they’ll reach their goal, barring a collapse of epic proportions, yet their season might still be disappointing. They’ll have to make the call factoring in their transfer market strategy too. If they want to win with the Tuscan boss, they’ll have to give him two or three proven champions, as he’s not going to lift the team through his tactics. Instead, if they want to go with a younger and cheaper squad, a mad scientist like Motta would be a better fit.

 

Read more -> https://cultofcalcio.com/juventus-expected-to-be-pragmatic-about-coaching-choice/

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Juventus celebrate Allegri milestone at J|Museum: “Proud and happy”

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On Tuesday afternoon, Juventus celebrated the latest milestone set by Max Allegri who has overtaken Marcello Lippi in terms of appearances.

 

Last Saturday’s away fixture against Hellas Verona marked the manager’s 406th match in the black-and-white dugout. ............

 

The club’s entire hierarchy attended the occasion, including club president Gianluca Ferrero, CEO Maurizio Scanavino, Football Director Cristiano Giuntoli and sporting director Giovanni Manna among others.

 

A totem at the museum has been dedicated to the 56-year-old has now become second in the club’s all-time appearance record, only behind the legendary Giovanni Trapattoni.

 

“We are happy and proud to celebrate such an important and historic number as the one that our coach has reached,” said club president Ferrero. ............

 

Read more -> https://www.juvefc.com/juventus-celebrate-allegri-milestone-at-jmuseum-proud-and-happy/

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Zinedine Zidane has been linked with the Bayern Munich bench for next season, but a friend claims he would ‘prefer’ Juventus if they came calling.

 

The former Real Madrid coach has been out of the sport since leaving the Bernabeu in the summer of 2021.

 

He will always have great love for Juve, having played there from 1996 to 2001, when he was sold for then-record fee of circa €77.5m to Real Madrid.

 

According to German channel Sport 1, Zidane is one of the options being considered by Bayern Munich for next season, after it was announced that Thomas Tuchel will not remain beyond the end of this campaign. ............

 

Read more -> https://football-italia.net/zidane-would-prefer-juventus-to-bayern-munich-says-friend/

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Paganini: “Chiesa will leave Juventus if Allegri stays, Thiago Motta serious hypothesis”

Allegri irate about Juventus' defending in late win over Frosinone - Black  & White & Read All Over

 

 

Italian journalist Massimo Paganini weighs in on the situation at Juventus involving Federico Chiesa and Max Allegri.

 

The two men appear to be incompatible, at least based on the 26-year-old most recent performances.

 

Chiesa is a natural winger, but has been forced to play as a second striker to fill in the manager’s 3-5-2 tactical system. ............

 

 

Therefore, Paganini tips Chiesa to leave Juventus at the end of the season if Allegri were to remain at the helm.

 

“I had already mentioned it in recent weeks. I believe Chiesa will leave Juventus if Allegri stays,” said the journalist.

 

“These are the ongoing rumors. From a financial standpoint, Chiesa’s exit will probably serve to fund the transfer campaign, probably with Allegri on the bench.

 

“However, if another coach arrives, the situation changes.”  ............

 

 

“There is indeed the idea of moving towards an extension with Allegri, but it is equally true that the Thiago Motta hypothesis remains very, very serious, because Juventus could open a cycle with a new coach. So let’s say this is the crossroads.

 

“Entry into the Champions League will be decisive on an economic level.

 

“At the moment, Allegri’s renewal is no longer as certain as it was before. Thiago Motta’s candidacy is gaining a lot of steam.”

 

Read more -> https://www.juvefc.com/paganini-chiesa-will-leave-juventus-if-allegri-stays-thiago-motta-serious-hypothesis/

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Max Allegri’s agent opens up on the manager’s future

Juventus must find themselves in time for 2022 - Allegri | Reuters

 

 

Max Allegri’s future at Juventus remains uncertain, and his agent has provided an update on the situation. Allegri could potentially depart Juventus at the end of the current season if the team fails to secure any trophies.

 

Even if Juventus were to win the Coppa Italia, there is no guarantee that Allegri will be allowed to see out his contract with the club. ............

 

Allegri’s agent, Giovanni Branchini, has addressed the doubts surrounding his client’s future, stating that the manager desires to stay at Juventus.

 

He said:

 

“Does Allegri remain at Juve? I think so. Yes, yes, why not. Someone who can send him away? This is always possible, we’ll see what Juve’s ideas will be. He has a contract and has demonstrated his connection with the club. They will decide and evaluate. Usually, you change a coach when you are not satisfied. I want to see how they could not be satisfied, but with this ownership, anything can happen .” ............

 

Read more -> https://www.juvefc.com/max-allegris-agent-opens-up-on-the-managers-future/

 

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Allegri seeks confirmation but Juventus management remains unmoved

Allegri: "Juventus must do everything to finish second (March 2, 2024) —  dynamo.kiev.ua

 

 

Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri is reportedly hoping to secure his future at the club as soon as possible.

 

The 56-year-old still has another full year on his contract which remains valid until June 2025.

 

However, it is unlikely that the manager will remain in Turin next season while running on an expiring deal.

 

Therefore, all accounts agree that the Livorno native will either sign a contract renewal in the coming months or walk away at the end of the season. ............

 

The Juventus management is in no hurry. The hierarchy prefers to defer all contract talks to a later stage of the campaign.

 

The club could be waiting until the achievement of the club’s main objective of the season, that is securing qualification to the next edition of the Champions League.

 

However, the directors could be simply giving themselves additional time to reflect on the matter.

 

Moreover, the Turin-based newspaper believes that this postponement could be a clue, hinting that Juventus could be entertaining the idea of a change in the dugout. ............

 

Read more -> https://www.juvefc.com/allegri-seeks-confirmation-but-juventus-management-remains-unmoved/

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Allegri irritated by slow reaction on Napoli penalty: “We had to do better”

Napoli-Juventus 2-1, Allegri: "Futuro? Non esiste un problema legato a me,  sono felice qua"

 

 

Juventus coach Max Allegri saw some positives from his team’s 1-2 defeat at the hands of Napoli, but laments some crucial episodes. ............

 

The visitors produced a decent showing at the Maradona Stadium but eventually suffered defeat due to a late spot-kick.

 

Wojciech Szczesny managed to block Victor Osimhen’s shot, but Giacomo Raspadori stormed into the box, beating the likes of Alex Sandro and Gleison Bremer to the ball to smash it home on the rebound.

 

Therefore, Allegri was irked by his players’ slow reaction in this particular situation.

 

“I’m sorry and angry,” said the 56-year-old in his post-match interview.

 

“Raspadori and the others took a run and jumped on us. We need to do better. Szczesny saved a poorly taken penalty.

 

“These are steps for growth. we have a direct clash with Atalanta in which we’ll try to score points.

 

“This is football. There are moments when things go well, and others less so. ............

 

Read more -> https://www.juvefc.com/allegri-irritated-by-slow-reaction-on-napoli-penalty-we-had-to-do-better/

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Ex-Fiorentina goalie wishes to see Zidane coaching Juventus soon

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Former Fiorentina goalkeeper Sebastien Frey has suggested that Zinedine Zidane is likely to become the next manager of Juventus, expressing confidence in the Frenchman’s potential success in the role.

 

Zidane, among other former Juventus players, is considered a possible candidate for the managerial position if the club decides to part ways with Max Allegri at the end of the current season. ............

 

However, given the current circumstances, Allegri’s departure from the Allianz Stadium seems imminent, prompting Juventus to potentially explore alternatives and search for a suitable replacement.

 

Frey wants the next man on the Juve bench to be Zidane and said:

 

“Zidane’s statements released on the occasion of the presentation of the film on Marcello Lippi were emblematic: honestly, if Zizou were to coach in Serie A I would see him well especially at Juve because they are a bit romantic”. ............

 

Read more -> https://www.juvefc.com/ex-fiorentina-goalie-wishes-to-see-zidane-coaching-juventus-soon/

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Allegri’s agent explains how close he was to joining Real Madrid sefz 

Massimiliano Allegri blasts 'pig-headed' Juventus after Napoli defeat

 

 

Max Allegri was on the verge of becoming the next Real Madrid manager before he ultimately returned to Juventus in 2021. Despite being replaced by Juventus in 2019, with Maurizio Sarri and Andrea Pirlo each lasting only a season, Allegri was sought after by the Bianconeri to lead the team once again. ............

 

Giovanni Branchini said:

 

“If he had signed, Allegri would have been the coach of Real Madrid. It was all agreed, everything, everything. But in the end, with death in his heart, he decided not to do it. It was a painful act for both. He didn’t sign for another club that offered him more, but he chose to stay in Italy because two things coincided: a family issue and Juventus’ proposal to return. The two things coincided and he chose not to leave Turin.” ............

 

Read more -> https://www.juvefc.com/allegris-agent-explains-how-close-he-was-to-joining-real-madrid/

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Bergomi gives his explaination on Allegri’s future at Juventus

Juventus-Napoli: The history of the rivalry between Allegri and Mazzarri -  Football Italia

 

 

Inter Milan legend Beppe Bergomi believes Max Allegri’s future will depend on how he handles the criticism directed at him, as he remains an undesirable figure among the club’s fans. ............

 

Having closely followed Juventus since Allegri’s return, Bergomi asserts that he is one of the most criticised coaches, and his future could hinge on the prevailing environment at the end of the term.

 

He said:

 

“For three years he has been in a particular situation on that bench, always subject to criticism, and this year too the first false step is been overwhelmed again. I believe that his future at Juventus also depends on how heavy this situation is for him in the long run.” ............

 

Read more -> https://www.juvefc.com/pundit-gives-his-explaination-on-allegris-future-at-juventus/

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Massimo Mauro makes a bold statement about Allegri at Juventus

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Massimo Mauro has articulated the reasons why Juventus should retain Max Allegri as their coach, countering speculation about his potential replacement in the summer. ............

 

The recent poor run of form has left Juventus supporters frustrated, raising concerns about Allegri’s future in Turin. Nevertheless, Mauro argues that the optimal decision would be to confirm Allegri as the manager for at least another season, pointing to factors that might contribute positively to the team’s performance.

 

He explains:

 

“Allegri did an excellent job, he was the leader of the club and the team even in a difficult period. I believe he is the right person if Juve wants to have a future.” ............

 

Read more -> https://www.juvefc.com/massimo-mauro-makes-a-bold-statement-about-allegri-at-juventus/

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Tacchinardi: “Giuntoli doesn’t like Allegri’s style, Juventus can’t afford to waste Chiesa”

Juve: confronto Allegri-Giuntoli e strigliata alla squadra|Primapagina |  Calciomercato.com

 

 

Former Juventus star Alessio Tacchinardi feels that the club’s Football Director Cristiano Giuntoli isn’t a fan of Max Allegri’s style of play. ............

 

While Giuntoli had often praised Allegri’s work in public, Tacchinardi believes that the Juventus official could be looking to show the coach the door at the end of the season.

 

The retired player urges the director to start planning for next season as the current campaign could be a foregone conclusion. ............

 

 

“Giuntoli must understand who are the suitable profiles to make this team successful again and whether the technical guidance is right,” said Tacchinardi.

 

“Then he must decide what to do with Chiesa. We should start with him and build the team around him for the future.

 

“The focus now is no longer on the pitch, because Juve will qualify for the Champions League, but rather on understanding what Giuntoli wants from Juventus.

 

“Does he want a Juve like the one we’re seeing this season or a more unscrupulous side that plays further forward?

 

“For me, Giuntoli doesn’t like how Allegri plays.

 

“Juventus can’t afford to waste Chiesa. He’s the best Italian striker of this generation, yet, the club isn’t helping him perform at his best.

 

“Allegri used to be a superb manager, but his ideas have always been the same,” concluded the former Juventus player.

 

Read more -> https://www.juvefc.com/tacchinardi-giuntoli-doesnt-like-allegris-style-juventus-cant-afford-to-waste-chiesa/

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“Allegri made a good group.” De Ligt sends his best wishes to Juventus

De Ligt, la Juve e Allegri: “Due finali Champions con quel modo di  difendere”

 

 

Matthijs de Ligt has sent his best wishes to Juventus from Bayern Munich, revealing that he still follows the club.

 

The defender played for the Old Lady between 2019 and 2022 before moving to Bayern to continue his career. ............

 

Although Max Allegri’s men are currently further away from the top of the Italian league standings, Juventus remains one of the strongest sides in the league, and De Ligt acknowledges that Allegri’s team is doing a good job.

 

He says:

 

“They lost a few games, but they are doing a good job. They are young, Allegri made a good group. Inter is very strong, but we hope that Juve can grow as a team.” ............

 

Read more -> https://www.juvefc.com/allegri-made-a-good-group-de-ligt-sends-his-best-wishes-to-juventus/

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Journalist insists Allegri’s future at Juventus has been decided already

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It is becoming increasingly unlikely that Max Allegri will continue as the manager of Juventus beyond this season. Despite consistent backing from the club whenever his future is questioned, Allegri is aware that improvements are necessary for him to remain in the managerial position. ............

 

While the club officially states that their primary goal is to finish inside the top four, journalist Nicola De Boni reveals insider information suggesting that Juventus has made the decision to part ways with their head coach at the conclusion of the season.

 

He said:

 

“I’ve been getting rumors for a month about Max’s future. Yes, I’ve learned something, but if you want to do good journalism without having the fingerprints of the suspect I believe it is always right to be cautious, but now is the time to be less so. Allegri will no longer be the Juventus coach from next June, this I have learned, this I agree with.” ............

 

Read more -> https://www.juvefc.com/journalist-insists-allegris-future-at-juventus-has-been-decided-already/

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Ex-Juventus man says the club needs drastic change to turn things around

Juventus will do better next season, Allegri says | Reuters

 

 

Juventus has not been in a good position for some time now as its form continues to decline. The Bianconeri are eager to get back to form and start winning matches as consistently as they should always do. ............

 

Max Allegri is under pressure to turn things around, and it is unclear if the gaffer will be allowed to stay at the club beyond this season. However, one sure thing is that changes have to be made, and they probably need to be drastic.

 

Speaking about the club recently, former Juve man, Roberto Galia said:

 

“Allegri’s future? I don’t know if he’s staying or going. Society has changed and perhaps there may be different ideas within it on the subject. However, a drastic change is needed in terms of mentality, it is not easy remembering what happened last season and at the beginning of this one. We need clear ideas, Giuntoli is an excellent manager.” ............

 

Read more -> https://www.juvefc.com/ex-juventus-man-says-the-club-needs-drastic-change-to-turn-things-around/

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“Do you know how to be a coach?” Allegri starting to feel the heat

Allegri litiga in diretta dopo Juve-Genoa per colpa di una critica: "Lei sa  fare l'allenatore?"

 

 

Max Allegri has appeared to snap back at a journalist who questioned his team’s poor form after they dropped points to Genoa today.

 

Juve has been on a terrible run of form, and that draw means they are further at risk of struggling to finish inside the top three in Serie A. ............

 

The Bianconeri coach is clearly not a happy man as things are not going his team’s way at the moment, and when a journalist questioned the team’s result, he said:

 

“It seems to me that we are third at the moment. Do you know how to be a coach? Because I don’t know how to be a journalist… I don’t have to go after the public, and I don’t allow myself to tell you how to do the job.”

 

“If you ask intelligent questions, you get an answer. You do not need to understand, just ask questions!” ............

 

Read more -> https://www.juvefc.com/do-you-know-how-to-be-a-coach-allegri-starting-to-feel-the-heat/

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Allegri’s mentor advises him to leave: “He would do well at Liverpool at Man Utd”

Serie A pundit and Sky director aim dig at Allegri after row on live TV -  Football Italia

 

 

Giovanni Galeone offers his take on Max Allegri’s situation at Juventus. He feels that the time has come for his old pupil to leave the club.

 

The 83-year-old is a longtime friend of the Bianconeri manager and is also widely recognized as his mentor since the beginning of his coaching career. ............

 

“Until some time ago, I would have told Max to stay,” said Galeone in his interview.

 

“Now, however, I would tell him that the time has come to seek success abroad and follow in the footsteps of Capello and Ancelotti.

 

“Allegri has coached and won at Milan and Juventus. He is in his eighth season with Juventus and only Trapattoni has more appearances than him.

 

“I don’t see Max in Saudi Arabia, but he would be perfect for the Premier League.

 

“This will be a summer of great changes across Europe. Max would do well at Liverpool post-Klopp or Man Utd.” ............

 

 

“Perhaps Giuntoli arrived too late in the summer, but for now, he hasn’t had an impact on the transfer market.

 

“Juventus have excellent young players but they need to add four or five important signings.

 

“Koopmeiners in midfield, Calafiori in defense and Felipe Anderson on the wing would be excellent reinforcements.

 

“But I think something else is also missing. Locatelli is having to adapt to the Regista role, so perhaps they need a new player in this position.”

 

Read more -> https://www.juvefc.com/allegris-mentor-advises-him-to-leave-he-would-do-well-at-liverpool-at-man-utd/

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Juventus considering three Serie A managers for post-Allegri role

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Juventus reportedly have three Serie A coaches on their shortlist as Max Allegri’s second reign could be drawing to a close.

 

While the management continues to publicly back the under-fire tactician, but a divorce at the end of the season is becoming an increasingly likely possibility. ............

 

The first candidate on the list is obviously Thiago Motta who has left Calcio fans in awe this season.

 

The Italo-Brazilian is leading Bologna towards a possible UCL qualification with his progressive brand of football. ............

 

 

The second name on the list is Vincenzo Italiano whose cycle at Fiorentina will reach its conclusion at the end of the season.

 

Finally, Monza’s Raffaele Palladino is also being linked with a return to Turin. The 39-year-old is a former Juventus attacker who is currently showcasing remarkable coaching skills with the Biancorossi.  ............

 

Read more -> https://www.juvefc.com/juventus-considering-three-serie-a-managers-for-post-allegri-role/

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Romano gives an update on Conte replacing Allegri

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Transfer expert Fabrizio Romano has provided an update on the status of former Juventus manager Antonio Conte amid recent speculation linking him with a return to the Allianz Stadium as a potential replacement for Max Allegri.

 

Conte has been without a managerial role for the past year since departing from Tottenham Hotspur. .............

 

“There’s also been a story about the possibility of Antonio Conte returning to Chelsea as manager, while he’s also been linked as a candidate for another of his former clubs Juventus,” Romano said.

 

“As things stand, I’m not aware of any concrete contact, Conte is waiting for the right proposal but there is zero to report with these two clubs right now.” .............

 

Read more -> https://www.juvefc.com/romano-gives-an-update-on-conte-replacing-allegri/

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Allegri dwells on Juventus project: “The is to bring three Next Gen players every year, the winning dynasty was extraordinary”

Juventus coach Allegri refuses to discuss Super League, says Chiellini  'must decide' on future - Football Italia

 

 

Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri explains how the club’s project now primarily focuses on youth development.

 

The 56-year-old is now under fire due to the club’s most recent results while his future in Turin remains far from certain. .............

 

“When I returned to the club, I was asked to rejuvenate the squad. The goal was to bring in three Next Gen players every season, reduce the wage and make the team sustainable while remaining competitive.” .............

 

 

“All young players go through this. Miretti and Fagioli have experienced it. Yildiz will also overcome it. The young players ought to have ups and downs. They don’t reach maturity until they’re 25 or 26.

 

“Those with more mental strength get there sooner.” .............

 

 

“Manchester United have eight or nine players from their academy in the first team.

 

“It is now impossible to bridge the financial gap between the Premier League and Serie A. So we must continue in this direction, working on youth development and on the Next Gen.” .............

 

 

“We have to adapt and understand that the nine consecutive Scudetto titles were an extraordinary thing. It won’t happen again in Serie A.

 

“There were only been two similar times in the history of Juventus – the five consecutive years under Carlo Carcano and Carlo Bigatto.

 

“Beyond that, Juventus have won at most two consecutive titles, then once after three years, as other clubs have also done.

 

“The nine Scudetti in a row have distorted perceptions because the reality is different.”

 

Read more -> https://www.juvefc.com/allegri-dwells-on-juventus-project-the-is-to-bring-three-next-gen-players-every-year-the-winning-dynasty-was-extraordinary/

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Italian journalist insists: Giuntoli keen to replace Allegri with Thiago Motta

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Italian journalist Marco Conterio believes Juventus Football Director Cristiano Giuntoli considers Thiago Motta the primary candidate to replace Max Allegri.

 

The Bianconeri official has often backed the under-fire tactician publicly, even amidst the club’s miserable run.

 

The Turin-based giants have only collected seven points from their last eight fixtures, causing an outrage among the club’s supporters, with the majority demanding a managerial change.

 

But despite what Giuntoli has been proclaiming in public, Conterio insists that the director is plotting to show Allegri the door at the end of the season. .............

 

“Juventus continue to consider Thiago Motta as the first option for next summer,” posted Conterio on his X account.

 

“There is no renewal proposal for Massimiliano Allegri at the table despite the reassurances received so far from Cristiano Giuntoli in the media.

 

“The coach is waiting for the club’s proposal, but to date, Giuntoli’s objective remains to lure the Bologna manager to Turin.” .............

 

Read more -> https://www.juvefc.com/italian-journalist-insists-giuntoli-keen-to-replace-allegri-with-thiago-motta/

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