La Gazzetta dello Sport claims Juventus boss Massimiliano Allegri will sit down with Saudi Arabia representatives today or tomorrow, while Antonio Conte and Igor Tudor are ready to replace him if he leaves Turin.
Allegri has two years left in his contract with the Bianconeri, but according to Gazzetta the Livorno-born coach will sit down with Saudi delegates in Monte Carlo today or tomorrow and will listen to offers to take charge of Al-Nassr or Al-Hilal.
This means he could reunite with ex-Juventus star Cristiano Ronaldo who joined Al-Nassr less than six months ago or meet CR7 as an opponent in the Saudi league.
The details of the offer have not been released yet and it remains to be seen if Max will agree to leave Turin considering that two years ago, he rejected an offer from Real Madrid, returning to Juventus, to remain close to his family.
According to Gazzetta, the meeting between Allegri and Saudi representatives was supposed to take place in London but will occur in Monte Carlo instead.
Juventus would not stand against Allegri’s exit and have already identified Tudor and Conte as his possible replacements.