Max Allegri Is Going To Replace Antonio Conte At Chelsea

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Max Allegri Is Going To Replace Antonio Conte At Chelsea

Massimiliano Allegri, the Juventus boss is getting set to replace under pressure Chelsea coach, Antonio Conte at Stamford Bridge next season, reports states.

Chelsea has defended their Premier League crown weakly after loosing on Sunday to Tottenham Hotspur which now clearly states they might be out of Champions League football next season.

No Champions League football has not put off Allegri from moving to Chelsea as reports says the Italian man has started learning English.

The Sun claims Massimiliano Allegri wants to move to the west London team.

Allegri on Monday revealed he was already thinking about life after Juventus telling the Telegraph: ‘Certainly I will go abroad. In Italy, finished.’

Rather ironically, Allegri replaced Conte at Juventus four years ago and took them to the final of the Champions League twice, while Conte had failed to get out of the group stage in his final season.

Conte, meanwhile, will not be sacked before the end of the season despite Chelsea’s miserable campaign.

The Blues are now eight points adrift of Spurs in the final Champions League spot, while Man City can win the title next week, but Chelsea expect Conte to see out the remainder of the campaign with an FA Cup still to play for.

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