Juventus have started to explore the European market to find an adequate replacement for Massimiliano Allegri, who seems to be leaving the club in the summer
If the latest reports from Italy are to be true, the Italian tactician will depart Turin at the end of the season as he seems to be heading towards Paris Saint-Germain.
The Parisians consider the possibility of replacing Thomas Tuchel after another disappointing Champions League result, and the 51-year-old manager has emerged as his likeliest successor.
Since arriving from AC Milan back in 2014, Allegri has won 11 major trophies with the Bianconeri, including five Serie A crowns and four Coppa Italia titles.
According to the Italian publication, Calciomercato, Fabio Paratici, Andrea Agnelli, and Pavel Nedved see Pep Guardiola as an unachievable dream.
The trio still holds a strong interest in former boss Antonio Conte, who has also been approached by AC Milan in the recent period.
Tottenham Hotspur’s Maurizio Pochettino is also one of the names floating around although the Argentinean would hardly abandon London especially should he lift the Champions League trophy this term.