The Juventus is already considering options for the possible replacement of Massimiliano Allegri in case the coach leaves his position.
As reported by Gazzetta dello Sport, the Italian club has in mind the profile that his successor should have: a young coach, with fresh ideas and, above all, with a remuneration in line with Juve’s financial possibilities.
The 7 candidates to replace Allegri at Juventus in Turin
Prominent candidates include Igor Tudor, current coach of Marseille. The former Croatian international spent almost a decade at Juventus, between 1998 and 2007, giving him an in-depth knowledge of the club. In addition, Tudor was already on the Juventus bench as Andrea Pirlo’s assistant during the 2020-2021 season, which gives him experience in the team environment.
Another name that sounds strong is that of Thiago Motta, former midfielder for Barcelona and Atlético de Madrid, and current coach of Bologna. Despite his past as an Inter Milan player, Motta is favored by Juventus and could be an option to consider.
The list of possible candidates is extensive and also includes:
–Sergio Conceicaocurrent coach of Porto, who eliminated Juventus in the round of 16 of the 2021-2022 Champions League
–Vincenzo ItalianFiorentina coach, who led the team to the Coppa Italia and Conference League finals
–Robert De Zerbi, Brighton manager; Raffaele Palladino, Monza coach
–Luciano Spallettiformer Napoli coach
–Anthony Contewho finds himself without a team after leaving Tottenham.
Juventus are looking for a new manager who can bring a fresh and renewed approach to the team. The objective is to find a balance between sporting performance and the financial situation of the club. Although Allegri has the initial backing of the board, the future remains uncertain and decisions are expected to be made in the coming months.