Juventus has been extremely disappointing this season despite spending well in the summer. Massimiliano Allegri has been under immense pressure from fans and critics for the underwhelming performances of the club. There have been reports of a possible sacking of the Manager in the coming days.
The Bianconeri succumbed to a 2-0 defeat to AC Milan recently at the San Siro. The record champions could not score even a single goal and failed to compete well. The defending champions looked comfortable for a large part of the game and won convincingly.
The Old Lady is eager to get points on the board and a change in Manager might be the best option for the club. The team has struggled ever since his return last season and have not performed as per expectations. There needs to be an immediate solution to the problem or else they risk another trophyless and underwhelming season.
Potential replacements for Massimiliano Allegri
The question that arises for the hierarchy at Juventus is about the replacement. Who can they sign to replace the Italian Manager? The answer lies in Germany and Spain. Thomas Tuchel has been sacked by Chelsea recently and Julen Lopetegui has also been relieved from Sevilla.
Thomas Tuchel is undeniably the bigger name and more attractive option for any club. However, Julen Lopetegui has also done an extremely good job with Sevilla in the recent past. Juventus needs to act fast with respect to the future of Massimiliano Allegri as the games will come thick and fast.
The Bianconeri play every 3 days and the challenge is getting tougher day by day. Thomas Tuchel would love to come into Juventus and start another project after a successful spell with Chelsea. The German was sacked in a shocking manner as no one expected him to be shown the door. However, Juventus will have to be willing to allow the Manager to operate in his way as he has been sacked thrice due to issues with his employers now. The results don’t seem to be that big an issue for him as relationship building with his bosses is!!
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