Juventus boss Max Allegri has reportedly been offered a contract extension until 2021 with a slight improvement in salary.
According to La Stampa, the long-awaited meeting between Allegri and President Andrea Agnelli took place on Wednesday evening.
The newspaper explains Agnelli put ‘on the table’ the offer of a renewal for the Coach, tying him to the club for an additional season.
It would also be worth ‘slightly’ more than his current €7.5m salary, which he receives after tax.
Allegri staying is likely to result in Paulo Dybala’s exit from the club, with Joao Cancelo and Miralem Pjanic also at risk, as he prepares a mini-overhaul of his playing staff.
Failing that, La Stampa writes Lazio’s Simone Inzaghi could take over from the ex-Milan tactician, given the tracks leading to Pep Guardiola, Mauricio Pochettino and Didier Deschamps are ‘very difficult’.