Massimiliano Allegri is considering leaving Juventus next summer and could reportedly make his way to the Premier League or Saudi Arabia.

The 56-year-old Italian coach has less than two years left on his current deal with the Bianconeri but is now open to the idea of leaving a year early in order to find a new challenge.

Allegri feels the club has changed after Andrea Agnelli’s resignation and was frustrated by Antonio Conte’s visit to the Vinovo training ground, so is now thinking about resigning at the end of the season.

As reported by Corriere dello Sport via TMW, options after Juventus for Allegri include Saudi Arabia and the Premier League, with multiple clubs in both countries interested in picking up the Italian tactician.

Al-Ahli, Al-Ittihad and Al-Nassr could all emerge as contenders for Allegri and mounting pressure on Chelsea’s Mauricio Pochettino and Manchester United’s Erik ten Hag could lead to changes across the English Channel.

Rumours also suggest that Allegri’s English language skills have improved in recent years, further linking him to a move abroad.

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