Juventus‘ interest in bringing in world-renowned coaches who are currently coaches of Manchester City, Pep Guardiola reportedly led to a positive response. Investigated, Guardiola agreed to cooperate with Juventus and was ready for a career in Italian Serie A.
Massimiliano Allegri who is currently the architect of Juventus did manage to deliver the Serie A title in a row. But Allegri’s position is currently under threat because he is in a bad position in the Champions League stage this season.
As already known together, the Juve target Champions League champions this season. For that, they want to find a coach who truly has the quality to realize these big ambitions.
If Allegri fails again in the Champions League, it is not impossible that the cooperation that has been running for five seasons will end in the next season as the contract expires. Now some candidates appear to replace Allegri in the summer. Besides Guardiola, other candidates who did not lose big were Zinedine Zidane, Antonio Conte, and Didier Deschamps.
Guardiola, who is currently with Manchester City, has undergone his third season with many domestic titles. If referred, his position is not threatened at all can even last long. However, a response came from a renowned Italian journalist, Luigi Guelpa, claiming Guardiola was reportedly willing to dock at Juventus.
Added the agreement presents a long-term contract. Guelpa also added that this leak was not a figment and could be proven by himself when he got a leak from a source who told him that Cristiano Ronaldo wanted to leave Real Madrid and dock at Juventus.
This news was getting stronger with the presence of siblings from Guardiola, Pere who had been in Turin. This speculation gave rise to rumors that Pere, who was also an agent of Guardiola, was undergoing negotiations with the Juventus side regarding his brother’s move to Turin next season.
Now Juventus are preparing for a crucial game in the Champions League last 16 second leg against Atletico Madrid. This situation requires Juventus to be able to turn things around after losing the first leg yesterday with a score of 2-0.