Several outlets in the Italian Press confirm that Massimiliano Allegri has just signed a two-year contract with Juventus.
Reports emerged last night that the former Milan man was the favourite to succeed Antonio Conte following his resignation.
The 44-year-old shocked the football world on Tuesday evening by confirming that he was leaving the Bianconeri after three years in charge.
And a number of sources, including Sky Sport Italia believe that the 46-year-old has, just now, put pen-to-paper on a contract.
Allegri will take charge of the champions for two years, and earn €2m per season.
Official confirmation from the Turin outfit is expected imminently.
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