Juventus decide new manager for next season

Juventus are all set to let go Max Allegri from the role of manager as the mutual agreement has been done between the clubs.

Juventus are all set to let go Max Allegri from the role of manager as the mutual agreement has been done between the clubs. Juventus have also identified their new manager and have offered a three-year deal to Thiago Motta. Motta did a great job for Bologna last season and took them in the place where they have qualified for the next season’s Champions League.

Juventus and Max Allegri have mutually agreed to part ways, ending Allegri’s second tenure at the helm of the club. This decision comes after a season that failed to meet the high expectations of the Juventus hierarchy and their passionate fanbase.

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Allegri, who previously led Juventus to numerous domestic titles, returned to the club in 2021 but struggled to bring the same level of success to the club. Despite his vast experience and tacticd, Juventus’ performances were inconsistent.

Juventus have moved swiftly to appoint a successor, identifying Thiago Motta as the ideal candidate to lead the team forward. Motta, who impressed with his managerial prowess at Bologna, has been offered a three-year contract. Fabrizio Romano have announced this via social media handle. Will Motta be a good option for Juventus or someone else will come into the picture?