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Rossoneri CEO Ivan Gazidis has met with Massimiliano Allegri to discuss his possible return at AC Milan. Allegri will leave Juventus at the end of the season.
The sudden announcement that Massimiliano Allegri will no longer be Juventus’ coach for next season surprised football fans and risks causing a ripple effect in the position of many Serie A coaches this summer.
With Juventus in search of a new coach and Allegri available for a new project, this summer is expected to be very rich in coaches transfers. The most sensational could be the return of Massimiliano Allegri to AC Milan. After various rumors, Tuttomercatoweb reports on a recent meting between Ivan Gazidis and Allegri. The AC Milan CEO has inquired about the availability of the Italian to return at the Rossoneri after a 4 year experience between 2010 and 2014.
According to reports, Allegri has not closed the door on a possible return to Milan. Regardless of qualification in Champions League at the end of this season, difficult but still possible. The Italian manager has required a clear project, with important investments on the transfer market, that would allow Milan to return among Europe’s best clubs in a short time.
At the moment, the chances that Allegri takes charge of a top club are limited to only two: PSG and Bayern Munich. However, the French and the German champions are more likely to continue with their current coaches. In addition, the former midfielder would not mind staying in Italy.
During Allegri’s time at San Siro, AC Milan won their last Serie A title and an Italian Super Cup trophy. Coach Massimiliano Allegri managed to get the best out of some young players including Stephan El Shaarawy, Mattia De Sciglio and Mario Balotelli. However, he drew heavy criticism for his decision to sell veteran deep-lying playmaker Andrea Pirlo to Juventus.