Max Allegri has no intentions to change his job, this summer.
According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, Juventus head coach Massimiliano Allegri has turned down a managing position in Saudi Arabia.
Allegri is putting a tranquil holiday in Sardinia ahead of talks with Saudi representatives.
Earlier this week, it was reported that a Saudi Arabian club, maybe Al Hilal, had dispatched representatives to explore a managerial position with the Italian coach.
They made a substantial offer to Allegri. The Italian Football Manager, on the other hand, has his sights set elsewhere.
He plans to meet with Juventus in the coming days to discuss his future. He does not appear to be interested in the Middle Eastern plan.
Allegri is now on vacation, yet he remains active in Juve’s business. The 55-year-old is keeping an eye on the contract discussions for Arkadiusz Milik and Adrien Rabiot.
The club will tell Allegri of their choices on both players in the coming days.
Juventus recently terminated Angel Di Maria’s contract. The free agency Argentine attacker is thinking about returning to his previous team Benfica.
Saudi Arabia’s prospects of getting another major European personality to add to their footballing legacy look to be decreasing.
They will find consolation in the recent signings of Karim Benzema and N’Golo Kante.
All indications are that Massimiliano Allegri will stay as Juventus manager next season.
Max Allegri will turn down a Saudi League offer and will remain at Juventus
Allegri will lead his team to the Europa Conference League after a ten-point deduction dropped them to the bottom of Serie A.
He will be looking to be the guy to lead Juventus back up the table after three seasons without a league title.
Fans have criticized his style of play, yet the former AC Milan manager continues to produce results.
They would have finished in the top four if not for the deduction. It appears that the Juve management will permit him to continue his duties.