Massimiliano Allegri to replace Antonio Conte as Juventus manager?

Head coach Massimiliano Allegri of AC Milan looks on during the UEFA Champions League Group H match Between FC Barcelona and AC Milan at Camp Nou on November 6, 2013
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Juventus are reportedly poised to appoint Massimiliano Allegri as the club's new manager following the departure of Antonio Conte.

Former AC Milan boss Massimiliano Allegri is reportedly on the verge of agreeing to become the new manager of Juventus.

The Serie A champions are in the hunt for a new coach after Antonio Conte resigned from his post after three years at the club yesterday.

According to The Guardian, the Old Lady have moved swiftly to find a replacement, with Allegri expected to sign a two-year deal.

Allegri was sacked by Milan in January this year after moving to the San Siro in 2010.

Juventus' coach Antonio Conte gestures during their Serie A football match Juventus vs Sassuolo at 'Juventus Stadium' in Turin on December 15, 2013
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