Both Antonio Conte and Gian Piero Gasperini are rumoured to be on Juventus‘ agenda to potentially replace Max Allegri next season and Lorenzo Bettoni reflects on who would be a better fit for the Old Lady.
Far are the days when Allegri seemed to turn everything he touched into gold as Juventus are experiencing another tough start to the season with just two wins in nine games across all competitions.
The blame is also (but not solely) on the Tuscan tactician under who the Bianconeri completed their first trophyless campaign in 11 years in 2021-22. Max had won 11 trophies in his previous five-year spell in Turin.
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Juventus have decided against firing their coach, but Italian media are filled with rumours about Allegri’s long-term and short-term potential successors.
The 12 games remaining before the World Cup break will be crucial to learn his future as Juventus could change their stance on the coach if they are eliminated from the Champions League and find themselves too far from the top of the table in November.