Juventus have confirmed the departure of boss Massimiliano Allegri after six years with the Turin giants. In a brief statement online, Juve confirmed that Allegri will not continue as boss for the 2019-2020 season, confirming that a press conference will take place tomorrow ahead Juve's final home game of the season against Atalanta.
The former AC Milan boss joined Juve in 2014 and oversaw an extended period of success for the Old Lady, winning five league titles, four Coppa Italia and the Supercopa on two occasions.
It was in the Champions League were Allegri fell short, finishing as runners up during the 2014–15 & 2016–17 competitions. This season, Juve were dumped out of the quarter-final stage by Ajax.