ROME – That it was the executives of the new Juventus post-Marotta course who killed Allegri after five years and five league titles was no secret to anyone: Paratici and Nedved, above all the former Czech champion, faced Andrea Agnelli opposite all'aut-aut, or us or the technician of Livorno. But without a "solid rock" to which the coup would have been more difficult, a 90 piece of the locker room was needed to convince the president to get rid of the coach he also became friends with: Cristiano Ronaldo needed support.
He needed his charisma as a trader plus, of course, the weight of the 300 million mega investment with which Juventus secured the best player in the world with Messi. And CR7 would not have pulled back, as the well-informed Dagospia site explains. Juventus needs a more aggressive game, the attack, a more malleable coach is needed who does not overshadow the Portuguese champion. The decisive joint of the puzzle has been started, now the name of Allegri's successor is missing.
Ancelotti would be Cristiano's favorite, Simone Inzaghi would be fine too, precisely because of the malleability and the ability to become concave or convex depending on the needs of the feeder. All clear? Not for nothing: at 8:30 this morning, the Agi news agency was beating the news that Pep Guardiola signed for 4 years with Juventus. (source Dagospia)
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