Max Allegri has already decided to leave Juventus this summer and will be replaced by Didier Deschamps, claims Pierpaolo Marino.
The former Napoli, Udinese and Atalanta director of sport is now a pundit and told Tuttosport he has the gossip on changes in Turin.
“Allegri will not remain at Juve, but it will be his choice to move on,” said Marino.
“They have already lined up Deschamps to replace him.”
It would be a return to Juventus for Deschamps, who was a player for the Bianconeri and then a Coach during the post-Calciopoli campaign of 2006-07 in Serie B.
Since then, he has gone on to lead Olympique Marseille and above all the France team since 2012.
Deschamps’ reign culminated in the 2018 World Cup triumph and his contract with Les Bleus runs to July 2020.