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Juventus are thinking of extending Allegri’s contract for more two years

Max Statman

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John Elkann met Massimiliano Allegri before the Atalanta game and asked him to stay, even if Juventus could extend his contract in the summer.

The Bianconeri could extend Massimiliano Allegri’s contract for another two years, until 2027, according to La Gazzetta dello Sport.

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This comes hours after beIN Sports reported that Juventus’ new management wants to part ways with Massimiliano Allegri, and may even terminate his contract.

Massimiliano Allegri’s contract at Juventus runs until 2025.

The Italian tactician has not been able to help Juventus win the title since he returned to replace Andrea Pirlo, where things are not going easy for him.

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In the summer of last year, Juventus added players like Angel Di Maria, Paul Pogba, Filip Kostić and others to ensure that they could win the trophy but things are not looking good so far.

After being knocked out of the Champions League without making it past the group stage, it is now very difficult for Juventus to finish in the top four in Serie A after being deducted 15 points due to false accounting.

The earlier report from Corriere dello Sport suggested that Massimiliano Allegri is helping Juventus a lot in this difficult time, where he remains as an important reference part in the group.

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The Old Lady still have to compete in the Europa League and Coppa Italia to ensure they can win one trophy this season, and of course, they’ll still fight for a difficult-top-four in the league.

I am seasoned senior correspondent at Forza Juventus, where I specialize in providing in-depth coverage of transfer news, insightful analysis, and everything related to the world of Juventus.

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