Juventus and Allegri Agree to Mutual Contract Termination

Juventus and coach Massimiliano Allegri mutually agree to terminate his contract following a controversial dismissal and disagreements over "certain behaviors." Allegri's second tenure with Juventus e..

Italian football club Juventus announced that it has reached a mutual agreement with coach Massimiliano Allegri to officially terminate his contract.

Juventus decided to sack Allegri last month due to "certain behaviors" it deemed "incompatible" with its values. This followed Allegri's (56 years old) dismissal for vehemently protesting a refereeing decision during his team's victory over Atalanta in the Coppa Italia final.

A club statement read: "Juventus Football Club and Massimiliano Allegri confirm that they have mutually agreed to terminate the contract at the end of the current season."

The statement, reported by the British news agency (PA Media), added: "The club would like to thank Allegri for all the sporting achievements he has achieved with the team in recent years and wishes him all the best in his future endeavors."

This concludes Allegri's second tenure with Juventus, during which he won five Serie A titles and led the team to two Champions League finals in his first stint, which lasted between 2014 and 2019. However, he was unable to replicate this success after returning to the team in 2021.



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