Max Allegri reportedly signs new contract with Juventusby Jack Kitson / 27 April 2017, 09:21Tweet
The in-demand Juventus manager Max Allegri has signed a new contract with the Italian giants, which keeps him in Turin until 2020.
According to The Sun the Italian has decided to remain faithful to the Old Lady amidst reported interest from the likes of Arsenal and Barcelona, although official confirmation of his new deal won't be announced until after their two-legged clash with Monaco.
Allegri's stock is incredibly high at the moment after leading Juventus to victory over Barcelona in the quarter-finals of the Champions League, meaning the club are only two games away from their second final in three seasons.
Juventus are also on the cusp of hoisting their sixth successive Scudetto, and third under Allegri, who has also won two two Coppa Italias and a Supercoppa Italiani.
In fact Allegri has the chance of leading Juventus to a historic treble should he win the league, cup and Champions League, in what would be a stunning achievement.