Allegri will not give up Juventus for United

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Massimiliano Allegri said he was not tired of football in Italy to leave Juventus and become Manchester United’s mentor.

On the eve of the publication of ESPN, citing its sources, it was reported that the Red Devils were going to consider the candidacy of Allegri, who has won Serie A four times and participated in the Champions League final with the Old Lady twice since 2014.

However, Massimiliano rather coldly reacted to United’s interest in his persona, making it clear that he plans to stay in Turin.

“I have a contract with Juventus, and I’m happy here. We are doing a great job with the support of fans,” ended the allenatore.

(Reporting by Dan McGlush, editing by Valerie Cooper)

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