Allegri reveals he will accept a new job and won’t take a break following Juve Sack
Outgoing Juventus manager, Max Allegri, has revealed that he will accept a new job and won’t take a break from football.
Despite have a year left on his contract, Juventus announced last Friday that Allegri would not be managing the team next season.
Following the announcement, the 51-year-old looks set to join any EPL team with the likes of Chelsea and PSG reportedly in contact.
“I’m not especially looking for a year off.
“I’ll only take a sabbatical if I have to. Otherwise, my plan is to find a project that convinces me. Life is full of surprises and you need to be ready for everything.
“I train with joy and fun, because if I’m not persuaded by the squad at my disposal, I try changing things around, moving players into new positions and trying something different, otherwise I get bored,” Allegri told Sky Sport Italia, after drawing 1-1 with Atalanta in his final home game.
Although feels very emotional after spending 5-yrs with Juve, Allegri feels it’s the best time to move on.
“I spoke with Andrea [Agnelli, Juve president] after Ajax and we had plans to continue [with Allegri as coach], but over the past six weeks or so we all reached the same conclusion.
“We never got onto the subject of contracts or anything like that, but I realised it was right to move on and change, for the good of Juve, otherwise we would risk reaching September or October and encounter problems, so it was best to leave on a high.
“I was told [Juve’s decision] on Friday morning. When I left the meeting on Thursday I knew that I was no longer the Juventus coach. I wasn’t told, but I knew,” he added