Maximiliano Allegri has agreed to leave this summer after five years with the Italian champions.
Both Allegri and Juve president Andrea Agnelli have consistently denied that there will be any change at the helm come the end of this season.
However, according to multiple reports in Italy, including in La Stampa, an agreement was reached between the pair on Wednesday night to part ways.
That could pave the way for Allegri to join Paris Saint-Germain, who are mulling over sacking Thomas Tuchel.
Tuchel only joined the Ligue 1 champions last summer, but there are clear divides between the German boss and the powers that be in the French capital, with relationships between him and both president Nasser Al-Khelaifi and sporting director Antero Henrique strained.
As to who could replace Allegri in Turin, the top candidates are Mauricio Pochettino, Didier Deschamps, Antonio Conte and Gian Piero Gasperini.
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