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There continues to be uncertainty surrounding Antonio Conte’s future at Chelsea.
Allegri has maintained the success that Conte had at Juventus as the Serie A giants have won the league six consecutive times since 2011.
According to Corriere dello Sport, the 50-year-old hasn’t ruled out the chance of managing a Premier League club in the future. However, it’s expected that Juventus will be reluctant into letting their man depart.
With his contract expiring in 2020, Juventus want Allegri to stay on board as winning the Champions League is still the main goal for the club.
Massimiliano Allegri background
Allegri has fallen short of leading his team to success in Europe several times, losing twice in the Champions League finals of 2015 and 2017.
With experience across Italy as a player and a manager, Allegri made his name as a coach with AC Milan.
Milan won the Serie A title in Allegri’s first season at the helm of the Rossoneri back in 2011.
The successful manager has continued to improve his CV since joining Juventus in 2014.