Pochettino or Sarri for Juventus? Decision after Euro finals
Former Juve head manager Marcello Lippi hinted to Tottenham coach Mauricio Pochettino or Chelsea’s Maurizio Sarri possibly supplanting Allegri at the Serie A champions.
Massimiliano will leave Juventus after Sunday’s trip to Sampdoria and five consecutive Scudetto titles, and talk about who will succeed the 51-year-old in Turin has overwhelmed features.
Chelsea manager and former Napoli coach Maurizio Sarri has been linked with a return to Italy after just one season in the Premier League, while Pochettino has emerged as a possible candidate among the likes of Simone Inzaghi and Antonio Conte.
It was even announced that Cristiano Ronaldo might want to be brought together with José Mourinho.
Pochettino or Sarri
Sarri and Pochettino will feature in upcoming European finals, with Chelsea to face Arsenal in the Europa League decider (May 29) and Tottenham set to meet Liverpool in the Champions League (June 1) masterpiece.
And Lippi – who led Juventus to five Serie A trophies during his time in charge – suggested a training declaration could come after the two finals.