It is not only France which is a follower of the trainers’ waltz. On the other side of the Alps, some teams have started their big household starting with Inter, who ended their collaboration with Antonio Conte by mutual agreement, despite the league title. And at Juventus, there was also a lot of movement. After a more than disappointing season, even if the Bianconeri snatched a place in the Champions League, the leaders of the Old Lady have started the big maneuvers.
After proving himself with the Juventus U23s, Andrea Pirlo was offered the position of head coach of the first team last summer, but the 2020/21 exercise was not a success. As a result, the Bianconeri decided to stop the adventure with the former midfielder only a year after having installed him on the Turin bench. It was therefore necessary to quickly find his successor, and the leaders decided to recall a former member of the house: Massimiliano Allegri.
Allegri, episode II
In the sights of Real Madrid, who had also made it their priority, and Inter who were looking for an experienced coach to continue the work after a successful season, the 53-year-old Italian coach finally finds the bench of the Old Lady who has just formalized the news: “Massimiliano Allegri is the new coach of Juventus. Allegri finds a bench he knows very well, a club he loves and loves, to begin a new journey together today, towards new goals. “
Obviously, with such a comeback, Juventus hopes to return to success as in the first passage of Massimiliano Allegri from 2014 to 2019. At that time, the Italian had won five Scudetti, four Italian Cups, two Italian Supercups and took his team to the Champions League final in 2015 and 2017. Success that the Bianconeri would like to relive.