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Friday May 24 2019
Pochettino: 'Motivated to stay at Spurs'

Juventus and Milan target Mauricio Pochettino claims “there is no better club” than Tottenham Hotspur. “I am so motivated to stay.”

The 47-year-old has recently been heavily linked with replacing Max Allegri in the Juventus dugout after the Bianconeri tactician was let go last week.

Milan are also known to be interested in his services, but Pochettino’s latest comments suggest a move to Serie A is not imminent.

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Thursday May 23 2019
The Old Lady needs a new man

Speculation is rife on who will replace Max Allegri at Juventus, but Elio Salerno believes it ought to be Pep Guardiola or Mauricio Pochettino.

For the first time since the summer of 2014, Juventus are looking for a new Coach. It was announced last week that Max Allegri would be departing the club after five successful seasons, winning an impressive 11 trophies and enhancing his reputation as one of the game’s top tacticians. In truth, it was a separation that felt somewhat inevitable, but the news still came as a shock when officially communicated.

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Wednesday May 22 2019
Poch says 'yes' to Juve?

Juventus have allegedly received the OK from Tottenham Hotspur’s Mauricio Pochettino about becoming their new Coach.

According to Gazzetta dello Sport’s Nicolo Schira, Juve sporting director Fabio Paratici met two intermediaries who were ‘taking care of contact with Tottenham’ on Tuesday.

Schira explains the meeting was a ‘positive’ one and that, in the meantime, Pochettino has given his approval to taking over.

Work would have since begun on a possible four-year contract for the Argentine.

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Monday May 20 2019
Lippi: 'Sarri or Pochettino for Juve?'

Marcello Lippi alluded to the new Juventus Coach coming from a club involved in the European Finals – Maurizio Sarri or Mauricio Pochettino.

Max Allegri was dismissed last week, despite having one more year left on his contract and winning the team’s eighth consecutive Serie A title.

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Monday May 20 2019
'Steps forward' in Sarri to Juve

Juventus have reportedly moved closer to appointing former Napoli boss Maurizio Sarri as their new Coach.

Without going into too much detail, Sportitalia claims ‘steps forward’ have been taken with regards to Sarri replacing Max Allegri.

Sportitalia journalist Alfredo Pedulla is known for his links to the Coach, having first broke news of his switch to Chelsea last summer.

The 60-year-old is expected to leave Chelsea at the end of the season, despite leading them back into the Champions League and on the verge of Europa League glory.

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Sunday May 19 2019
Allegri to Spurs or Bayern?

Max Allegri is being linked with the Tottenham Hotspur bench – in an exchange with Mauricio Pochettino to Juventus – and Bayern Munich job.

It was announced on Friday that the tactician would not be seeing out the final season of his contract in Turin, as Juve decided to go in a different direction.

There are now mixed reports on his next destination, but despite interest from Roma, it seems unlikely he’d remain in Serie A after five consecutive Scudetto trophies.

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Friday May 17 2019
Inzaghi favourite for Juve job?

Juventus are officially seeking a new Coach with Mauricio Pochettino and Simone Inzaghi among the favourites, but Antonio Conte, Pep Guardiola and Didier Deschamps would be difficult.

A statement from the club today confirmed Max Allegri will not be on the Juve bench for the 2019-20 season, so he terminates his contract a year early by mutual consent.

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Friday May 17 2019
Clubs line up for Allegri

There are several clubs linked with Max Allegri after his Juventus exit was announced, including Galatasaray, Manchester United, Tottenham, Bayern Munich and PSG.

A statement released by Juve this morning confirmed that he would not be on their bench for the 2019-20 season, leaving a year before his contract was due to expire.

Several options have been mentioned for his future, including a return to the past with Milan, although that seems unlikely.

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Monday May 13 2019
Pirlo: Juve need 'an Isco'

Andrea Pirlo believes Mauricio Pochettino has ‘a Juventus identity’ and that the Bianconeri ‘need an Isco’ to win the Champions League.

Pochettino is one of the names reportedly being considered by Juve for next season after establishing Tottenham Hotspur as a top-four side in the Premier League and guiding them to their first-ever Champions League Final.

“He has a Juve identity, he’s a modern Coach who’s been in England for a long time,” he 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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