Max Allegri agrees deal with ‘great English club’

Kartik Jain
By Kartik Jain
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Max Allegri is supposed to be joining Premier League next season and the most talked destination happens to be Manchester. While a lot of rumours surround the former Juventus boss joining Manchester United, the UEFA Verdict of last night for Man City to not play Champions League in the next two seasons has created a wire of doubt on Guardiola leaving.

Pep Guardiola is a born winner and always aspires to lead into the Champions League. And if he stays with City for the next season, he may not get a chance to prove his mettle. Allegri, however, may still join United with the Red Devils unhappy of Solksjaer’s tactics.


According to the reports from Italy, Allegri has already affirmed with a big club of Premier League on joining them next season. The 52-year-old will most probably join Manchester United.

The consecutive five time Seria A winner has also been linked with a move to AC Milan but according to Italian publication Corriere dello Sport, Allegri is set to join the English Premier League.

The manager has already committed himself to a ‘great Premier League team’ and is waiting for the official window to open. Although United have made clear of Solksjaer being seen for long-term, speculations have only increased overtime.


The Red Devils are presently sitting eighth in the Premier League table and have a lot to work. The banal and routine tactics of Solksjaer seem to be affecting the results of the club.

The former United striker is still inexperienced of the job and needs a lot of grooming before heading a top European club. A fan favourite throughout, Solksjaer needs to develop and come back. Until then it should be managers like Allegri leading the club and holding the helm at Old Trafford.

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