The Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri said he is not in rush to return to football management and could take a year out of the game following his departure from Juventus.
Allegri told DAZN that “when there is an opportunity, I will return to the bench, otherwise I will take a year off. If I have the opportunity to choose, I will choose a team that I like. Concrete offers? Still no. Talking about the future now makes no sense.”
Massimiliano Allegri has won five successive Serie A titles during his time in Turin, and has been linked with a move to England, but he insists he is willing to wait before deciding on his next role.
However, reports has it that the current Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri could be Allegri replacement. Allegri however believes the next Juventus boss will have the best possible chance of securing success next season. “whoever arrives will find a team clearly stronger than the others. There is a 90 per cent chance of winning the league again.” He added.