Massimiliano Allegri has returned to Juventus for a second stint in charge and has reportedly signed a four-year deal with the Bianconeri, which will keep him at Turin until 2025.
as manager and replaced him with
. The club has acted after a disappointing season in which they finished fourth in Serie A and went out of the Champions League in the last 16.
Multiple sources claim the paperwork has been done and an announcement is imminent.
It is reported the deal is worth €9m per season, a raise from the figure he had been earning in 2018-19.
Allegri joined Juventus in 2014, leading the club to four straight league and cup doubles before a fifth successive Serie A win in his final season in charge in 2019.
He also led the club to two Champions League finals, losing to Barcelona and Real Madrid.
was hired as Allegri's replacement but only last a season before being shown the door despite winning the Serie A title.
Andrea Pirlo has since replaced the formerChelsea
boss but was unable to continue Juventus' domestic dominance as the club limped to a fourth-place finish.