Juventus are reportedly considering a return for Carlo Ancelotti, if Massimiliano Allegri leaves after this season.
The Bianconeri can still win the domestic double for a fourth year in a row, as they’re four points clear of Napoli at the top of Serie A with three games left, and face Milan in the Coppa Italia final next week.
However, there have been suggestions that Coach Allegri could leave this summer, with Arsenal touted as a possible destination.
According to Tuttomercatoweb, the Coach will meet general manager Giuseppe Marotta and sporting director Fabio Paratici in the near future to discuss Allegri’s situation.
While it’s still far from certain the Tuscan will decide to leave, Juve are considering their options if he does.
TMW reports that President Andrea Agnelli wants to bring Ancelotti back to Turin, not least because of his pedigree in the Champions League.
Carletto previously had two-and-a-half seasons as Bianconeri Coach, but he was sacked in 2001 after failing to win the Scudetto in either of his two full seasons.
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