Ronaldo tells Juventus next manager to sign after Allegri

Juventus superstar, Cristiano Ronaldo has told the club to sign Manchester City manager, Pep Guardiola when their current coach, Max Allegri eventually leaves the Old Lady.

Il Giornale reports that Ronaldo, being an admirer of Guardiola, wants the former Barcelona boss to succeed Allegri at Juventus.

Allegri’s job at Juventus is under consideration following the club’s elimination from the UEFA Champions League by Ajax a few weeks ago.

The Italian, who currently has less than a year in his current deal at Juventus, led his side to secure their eighth straight Serie A title last week.

Guardiola has won the Premier League title and two League Cups since joining Man City from Bayern Munich in 2016.

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Guardiola’s side are currently in pole position to win this season’s Premier League title ahead of Liverpool.


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