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Juventus ‘want to tie down Massimiliano Allegri to new deal until 2027’


Juventus ‘want to tie down Massimiliano Allegri to new deal until 2027 in desperate bid to guide club through turmoil’ after being docked 15 points following investigation into transfer dealings

Juventus reportedly want to tie down manager Massimiliano Allegri to a new deal until 2027, as the Serie A giants enter a period of uncertainty.

Italy’s most successful club are currently appealing against a 15-point deduction for alleged financial irregularities. 

And while president Andrea Agnelli, and vice-president Pavel Nedved departed in the fall-out, Allegri…



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