Latest report reaching us at our outfit indicates that Italian football club, Juventus have unveiled Massimiliano Allegri as its new head coach after sacking Andrea Pirlo on Friday, May 28.
Pirlo, 42, persevered through a troublesome 2020-21 season where his squad lost the Serie A title, kicked out of the champions league last 16 and struggled to qualify for next seasons UEFA Champions League.
Pirlo just took over from Maurizio Sarri the previous summer however figured out how to get his hands on two prizes, the Coppa Italia and Supercoppa Italiana in his lone season at Juventus.
Allegri – who won five straight association crowns somewhere in the range of 2015 and 2019 at Juventus is presently back. He has marked a four-year contract worth £8million per year. Allegri has been out of the board since leaving Juve in 2019. In an enthusiastic club articulation, Juventus affirmed the information on Allegri’s return saying;
”Welcome back home, Max”.