Official: Allegri extends Juve deal

by | May 6, 2016 16:51

Massimiliano Allegri has officially signed a contract extension tying him to Juventus until June 2018.

The 48-year-old took over in July 2014, several days into pre-season training, when Antonio Conte suddenly resigned.

He was originally given a frosty reception by fans, but won them over with results, passion and an entertaining tweeting style.

Allegri’s previous contract was due to expire in June 2017, but one more year has been added to the deal.

Massimiliano Allegri has officially signed a contract extension tying him to Juventus until June 2018.

The 48-year-old took over in July 2014, several days into pre-season training, when Antonio Conte suddenly resigned.

He was originally given a frosty reception by fans, but won them over with results, passion and an entertaining tweeting style.

Allegri’s previous contract was due to expire in June 2017, but one more year has been added to the deal.

His Juve reached the Champions League Final as well as winning two Scudetti, the Coppa Italia and Italian Super Cup.

It's reported he has been given a pay rise to €5m per year plus bonuses.

Allegri’s former clubs are Milan, Cagliari, Sassuolo, Grosseto, Spal and Aglianese.

“If the quality of play, ability to think and occupying space with intensity are the technical requirements behind the latest masterpiece, the human qualities are rooted in the ability to shake off tension.

“Or rather, to keep it at the right level, helping his champions become world class, day after day.

“These are the principles that Juventus have decided, proudly, to share for another two years. To continue, along with their Coach, that growth process of a team that sets no limit to its ambitions.”

Image via juventus.com

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