Published: Fri, May 24, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Guardiola linked with shock Juventus switch

Guardiola linked with shock Juventus switch

There are few with CVs better suited to the role than Pep Guardiola, especially off the back of an unprecedented domestic treble in England, but while the Spaniard may seem like an unrealistic target on the face of things, Italian journalist Federico Gennarelli has claimed on Twitter that Pep "will" be the next Juventus manager, and has agreed a four year deal.

In doing so the Spaniard became the first City boss to retain the league title and the Champions League is now the only trophy he has not won with the club.

"I'm not going to Juventus or to Italy".

Juventus, meanwhile, won their fifth straight Serie A title under Allegri's guidance this season.

"It's unthinkable that City would be unaware of an imminent presentation [of Guardiola as Juventus manager]".

"What Pep said last week obviously went unheard".

"First of all, the coach wants to stay at the club and he still has two years left on his contract".

City had offered De Rossi a huge deal back in 2012, but he made a decision to stay at Roma and be loyal to his boyhood club, but could take on the coaching job now with a very different feel in place.

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A Juventus spokeswoman declined to comment as did City Football Group, the English club's owner.

"He's our Coach and, he wants to stay with us".

That is backed up by City themselves, with Sammy Lee of Goal reporting that the club stand by Guardiola's assertion, so if the word coming out of the club is to be believed, then there may not be much to the reports.

Interestingly, the Italian champions have removed Friday, June 14, for sale of tickets to fans into the J-Museum and tour the Allianz Stadium, which is the same day that Guardiola is expected to be presented to the fans.

Speaking after Sunday's 1-1 draw with Atalanta, Allegri said: 'I'm not especially looking for a year off.

"I'm satisfied here, I'm not going anywhere".

"As a Manchester City board member, I was very surprised to read such a load of nonsense", Galassi told Sky Sport Italia.

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