The management of The Italian Giants [Juventus] came out on Friday to announce that head coach Massimiliano Allegri will officially leave the club at the end of the 2018-19 season after a successful 5-year spell which saw him win five consecutive league titles.
The 51-year old Italian boss’ future has been hanging on a thread since being kicked out of the Champions League by the reverberant Ajax side just last month, with the Italian champions having been firmly among the favourites to lift the crown with the signing of Portuguese superstar, Cristiano Ronaldo.
Indeed, Allegri has taken the team to the UCL final twice in his five-year spell at the club and the newly arrived,Cristiano Ronaldo in the summer was seen as the icing on the cake required for the Old Lady to go all the way to Wanda Metropolitano to clinch the title.
that being the case, the Old Ladies and the Italian manager are set to part ways in the summer.
Although, the Italian will remain in charge for Juventus’ final two Serie A matches of the season, having already secured the title last month.
No statements have been made by either sides