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Pochettino to replace Allegri, and vise versa

Tottenham Hotspur and Juventus may be in for a managerial swap in the summer, with Pochettino to sit in the Old Lady’s dugout, while Allegri joins the White Lily.

Pochettino had openly admitted he could leave Tottenham Hotspur in the summer, even if he achieves Champions League success against Liverpool. With Allegri favourite to take over, after being announced to be leaving Juventus.

Massimiliano Allegri is open to a Premier League move, with the manager previously linked to managerial roles at Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur.

However, whilst Juventus boasts of the spending power Mauricio Pochettino craves for, the same may not be said for Tottenham Hotspur who have the Argentine manager to thank for the continual success, despite not signing in two transfer windows.

Allegri was a top target, while Arsenal searched for a replacement in the event of Arsene Wenger’s leave. However, he did not succeed the veteran manager due to lack of transfer funds.

With an impressive haul of five consecutive Serie A titles, Massimiliano Allegri promises domestic success at the very least, and is the most viable option for Spurs should they lose Mauricio Pochettino at the end of the season.

Juventus however, are hoping Mauricio Pochettino would keep up and surpass this season’s Champions League prowess when presented with a squad densely rich in talent, including a five time balloon d’Or and multiple award winner in Cristiano Ronaldo.

Written by Gabriel

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