Massimiliano Allegri has signed an extension to his contract as Juvenuts manager, keeping him with the club until 2020.
The deal was announced Wednesday, four days after the team’s Champions League final loss to Real Madrid.
Sky Sport Italia’s Gianluca Di Marzio reported the financial details of his deal:
Allegri's previous contract was due to expire after next season.
The 49-year-old wasn’t a popular choice to replace Antonio Conte three years ago, but he’s turned the public opinion on its head. Allegri has led Juventus to three consecutive Serie A and Coppa Italia doubles and two Champions Leagues finals since taking over in 2014. His three straight Scudettos gave Juventus a new club record with six consecutive domestic league titles.
Allegri has a 69 percent win rate with Juventus. Nice.
There were rumors circling that Allegri could be on the move to the Premier League, notably Arsenal, but the manager has committed his future to The Old Lady.
Prior to joining Juventus, Allegri won the 2011 Serie A title and Supercoppa with AC Milan.