Massimiliano Allegri

Massimiliano Allegri

  • Date of Birth: 11 August 1967
  • Birthplace: Livorno, Livorno, Italy

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Which Paul Pogba will arrive back at Juventus? He is not the same man they sold to Manchester United for £89m, but Massimiliano Allegri can make the Frenchman the leader of his new-look side

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Juventus eyeing shock move for Arsenal defender

Juventus are reportedly plotting a surprise move for Arsenal defender Gabriel Magalhaes this summer.

Aaron Ramsey set for shock Arsenal return?

Former Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey could be set for a shock return to the Emirates, after the Juventus manager confirmed that the Welshman had played his last game for the club. Ramsey will be allowed to depart for around 15 million euros.

Everton favourites to land former Arsenal man?

Everton have emerged as front-runners to sign former Arsenal star Aaron Ramsey next month.

Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspur want Juventus attacker on loan

Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur have opened negotiations with Juventus over a possible loan deal for Dejan Kulusevski.

Chelsea lining up January move for Federico Chiesa?

Chelsea have been linked with a surprise move for Juventus attacker Federico Chiesa ahead of the winter transfer window.

Arsenal enter race to sign Juventus forward?

Arsenal have reportedly joined Tottenham Hotspur in the race to sign Juventus forward Dejan Kulusevski in January.

Juventus ready to release Aaron Ramsey?

Juventus are willing to allow Aaron Ramsey to leave on a free transfer when the transfer window reopens.

Manchester United midfielder attracting Juventus interest

Manchester United midfielder Donny van de Beek is reportedly garnering interest from Juventus ahead of the winter transfer window.

Chelsea identify potential replacements for Frank Lampard

Chelsea have identified four managers, who could take charge at Stamford Bridge, should Frank Lampard get sacked in the near future.

Mikel Arteta given three EPL games to save his Arsenal job

Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta has been given three Premier League games in order to turn the club's fortunes around and avoid the sack.