Despite fans calling for his departure, Juventus have no plans to replace Massimiliano Allegri, regardless of how the Coppa Italia final goes.
It’s not been an easy season in Turin for the Italian coach, who returned last summer following Andrea Pirlo’s dismissal. He was forced to do without Cristiano Ronaldo once the season had started and star winger Federico Chiesa’s season was ended in January through injury, leaving him without top attacking threats for large parts of the campaign.
As detailed by Calciomercato.com, Juventus’ minimum goal for this season was Champions League qualification, something already achieved by Allegri’s side. The Coppa Italia is a nice bonus, but the club are planning to move ahead with the Italian coach regardless of the result.
The Bianconeri trust in Allegri’s ability to lead the team through transition and that’s why he’s contracted to the club for the next three years, giving him time to build a new project in Turin.
— calciomercato.com (@cmdotcom) May 9, 2022