Max Allegri will not be Juventus' manager next season.
After guiding Juventus to the Serie A title this season, the Italian will leave the Bianconeri.
Allergi has won five league titles in his five years in Turin, but has failed to land the biggest prize of all - the Champions League.
Juventus have released a statement on their official website saying: "Massimiliano Allegri will not sit on the Juventus bench in the 2019/2020 season.
"The coach and the President, Andrea Agnelli, will meet the media together at the press conference, which will be held tomorrow, Saturday 18 May, at 2 pm in the conference hall of the Allianz Stadium."
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In his 269 games as manager, Allergi recorded 191 wins, scored 510 goals and managed a win rate of 71% - not bad.
That win ratio is the highest of any manager to take charge of more than 11 games, with the Italian losing just 36 games.
While Allegri has maintained Juve's domestic dominance during his reign, there have been concerns about his team selections and management of certain players.
The arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo has seen the influence of Paulo Dybala decline throughout the campaign.
The Argentine has been linked with an exit for some time now and we reported HERE about his agent discussing his on-field issues with Ronaldo.
Allegri has regularly played Dybala on the right-wing, a position that he is not comfortable with.
If a new manager can find the perfect system to accommodate both Dybala and Ronaldo, they will be an instant fan-favourite in Turin.News Now - Sport News