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Juventus boss Max Allegri has announced that he will the club at the end of the season.
Several managers have been linked with a job at Turin, including the likes of Mauricio Pochettino, Maurizio Sarri, Pep Guardiola and Jose Mourinho.
However, when asked who would take over at Juventus, Allegri narrowed the list of managers.
“A Manager of Manchester is coming,” Allegri told (via sportlegano.it).
Guardiola of Manchester City or ex-United boss Jose Mourinho could sign for Juventus; however, lying on the latest reports Guardiola is a more likely candidate.
It has been reported by AGI, that Guardiola will sign his Juventus contract on the 4th June, despite denying rumours linking him with the Italian side.
The outlet also states that the Spaniard will be presented as the Juve boss on the 14th of June, as Museum and Stadium tours of the Allianz have now been suspended for that day.