Juventus reportedly have five names on their shortlist to replace Massimiliano Allegri if he leaves at the end of the season.
The Bianconeri are in the Coppa Italia final and still have a point advantage at the top of Serie A, but there has been speculation this could be the Allegri’s final year in Turin as a big money move to the Premier League awaits.
According to Tuttosport, while Juve expect Allegri to remain they’re have drawn up a list of five potential replacements.
Zinedine Zidane’s situation is also being monitored, as his future is likely to depend on Real Madrid’s Champions League semi-final with Bayern Munich.
There are also surprise names, including Massimo Carrera, formerly assistant to Antonio Conte in Turin and a Russian Premier League winner with Spartak Moscow.
Didier Deschamps could make a return after this summer’s World Cup, while Zenit St Petersburg Coach Roberto Mancini is also in the frame.
It had been thought that Mancio would take the Italy job, but it’s been reported today that Carlo Ancelotti is in advanced talks.
Who do you think Juventus should hire to replace Massimiliano Allegri is he leaves at the end of the season?