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Saturday May 18 2019
Juve approach Sarri, but Conte...

Juventus have reportedly contacted Maurizio Sarri to replace Max Allegri, while Pavel Nedved keeps pushing for Antonio Conte.

According to La Gazzetta dello Sport and Sportitalia, the Bianconeri see Sarri as their best option, even though he is under contract at Chelsea until 2021.

There is a long list of names of potential new Coaches, with the likes of Simone Inzaghi, Didier Deschamps, Conte, Jose Mourinho and even Sinisa Mihajlovic linked in recent days.

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Saturday May 18 2019
Juventus had to axe Max

Max Allegri will go down as one of the greatest Coaches in Juventus history, yet Vilizar Yakimov thinks that letting go was the only decision the club could’ve made.

Massimiliano Allegri leaves with 11 trophies, two Champions League finals in only five years with a 71% win ratio in all competitions. Juventus’ decision to part ways with Allegri doesn’t only mean that the Bianconeri will have a new Coach starting from next season, but it also marks the end of an era in Turin.

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Saturday May 18 2019
Agnelli: 'Juve see the future first'

President Andrea Agnelli saluted departing Coach Max Allegri with a message. “Juventus are distinctive because we can see the future before anyone else.”

The Bianconeri announced on Friday that Allegri would not be their tactician for the 2019-20 season, despite being under contract until June 2020.

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Friday May 17 2019
Allegri leaves Juventus

Juventus have released a statement confirming Massimiliano Allegri will not be their Coach for the 2019-20 season.

A joint Press conference will he held tomorrow, ahead of Sunday’s final home Serie A match against Atalanta.

This means he will terminate his contract a year early by mutual consent, as he was tied to the club until June 30, 2020.

“Massimiliano Allegri will not be seated on the Juventus bench in the 2019/20 season,” read a statement published on the club website.

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Thursday May 16 2019
Juve to meet a third time?

Juventus will reportedly meet for the third time on Friday after more talks between Max Allegri and the board.

According to Gianluca Di Marzio’s website, a meeting took place between Allegri, Andrea Agnelli, Pavel Nedved and Fabio Paratici after training on Thursday afternoon.

That would have followed an encounter involving the Coach and President on Tuesday night.

Di Marzio writes the former was used ‘to take stock of the situation and understand if the conditions were in place to continue their relationship.’

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Wednesday May 15 2019
Allegri-Agnelli summit delayed again?

It looks as if the long-awaited meeting between Juventus Coach Max Allegri and President Andrea Agnelli might not happen today.

Reporters were keeping a close eye on the comings and goings at the Continassa training centre, but director Pavel Nedved was first to drive away, quickly followed by Agnelli.

Either they will meet up again away from prying eyes to watch tonight’s Coppa Italia Final over dinner, or the summit will have to wait for another day.

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Wednesday May 15 2019
Juve: Allegri to meet Agnelli

Max Allegri has arrived at Juventus’ club complex ahead of his long-awaited meeting with President Andrea Agnelli.

Corriere dello Sport reports Allegri checked into Continassa at around midday, five hours after Agnelli.

However, he must first hold training for Sunday’s Scudetto celebration with Atalanta so the meeting may not take place until the evening.

There is still no indication as to its outcome, although the newspaper expects only the patron and Coach to be present.

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Sunday May 12 2019
Allegri: 'Harder next season for Juve'

Max Allegri analysed the Juventus season and why he is refusing to commit to next term yet. “I’ve had a clear idea what we needed to do since October.”

The Bianconeri already had the Scudetto sewn up weeks ago, but fought hard in tonight’s 2-0 defeat to Roma.

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Sunday May 12 2019
Nedved: 'Allegri? We'll see'

Pavel Nedved said the current Juventus squad is “not easy to improve,” but he won’t be drawn on Max Allegri. “We’ll see.”

The lead-up to tonight’s Serie A game against Roma has been dominated by speculation over Allegri’s future ahead of the summit with President Andrea Agnelli.

“The meeting between Coach and President has always been in June, traditionally, so if anything it’ll be brought forward. We’ll wait,” the Vice-President told Sky Sport Italia.

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Saturday May 11 2019
Allegri: 'Had Juve plans for six months'

Max Allegri insists he had the Juventus project “in mind for six months” and will see if it coincides with the club’s view. “If I hadn’t brought in trophies, they’d have burned me at the stake!”

The Bianconeri face Roma in Serie A on Sunday at 19.30 UK time (18.30 GMT), click here for a match preview.

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