5 Serie A titles during 5 years of work. Four Coppa Italia out of 5, two Supercoppa Italiana. Additionally two Champions League finals, unfortunately both lost. Allegri had a fruitful time in Turin, where he has maintained dominance in Italy initiated by Antonio Conte and performed a way better than his predecessor in the European tournaments, even though he didn’t get the trophy. Once he lost to Barcelona and the second time to Real Madrid. Now it’s time for another challenge and due to his impressive résumé he became one of the most-wanted managers on the market.
Italian began his managerial career in Aglianese Calcio in 2003. In the following years he climbed the bigger clubs and in 2008 he took over a Serie A team, Cagliari. After two years he joined Milan and won Scudetto in his first year of work, even though the team hasn’t won the title for six years. Allegri won Supercoppa Italiana as well, but in his last season he finished eighth. Later he signed with Juventus and achieved an immediate success, creating an unbeaten monster.
‘Bianconeri’ are looking for his substitute right now. There are not a lot of options on the market. It’s possible that Maurizio Sarri will become available, because he’s not welcome at Stamford Bridge by the fans. Mauricio Pochettino is also taken into account, as he achieved Champions League final and Didier Deschamps, France national team coach, with which he won the World Cup.
Allegri on the other hand can join Bayern or PSG. Niko Kovac is not trusted in Munich despite winning the title and Thomas Tuchel easily won Ligue 1, but failed completely in Champions League after the tie with Manchester United.
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