Allegri Hopes To Fill Conte Spot

Antonio Conte oversaw Juventus to their 4th consecutive Serie A title but after winning the Italian league silverware, he decided to make his way out of Juventus with rumors consistently being sparked stating that Conte is going to be the next coach of the Italian national football team and that was why he step down from his managerial duties at the club.
Former Ac.Milan coach Massimiliano Allegri was the man selected to continue adding more titles in the closet of Juventus as he will be replacing Antonio Conte after signing a 2 year deal worth €2.5 million a season.
Allegri went through a rollercoaster ride as the coach of Ac.Milan some years ago as he handled the team superbly well which helped Ac.Milan on lifting the Serie A title in 2010 but after that season, everything went downhill for the Italian manager after a number of negative results ultimately concluded with him being removed from his position in the club and replaced by Clarence Seedorf.
One of the first things that Massimiliano Allegri has already admitted that he wants to do is reinforce the squad of Juventus by bringing in another defender and striker and recently there have been reports involving Zlatan Ibrahimovic making his return to Juventus but that will not be happening anytime soon as the Swedish player a few more years left on his contract with PSG and Allegri does not have a big enough budget that could allow him to re-sign Zlatan.
“If we sign another defender and another striker then we’re in good shape. I would prefer a striker first, though. The team’s working well and it’s not easy to improve an already strong group of players, though.” The recently assigned coach of Juventus, Massimiliano Allegri said.