£148,000 a week boss backed to agree Man Utd move to replace Ten Hag

Erik ten Hag - Manchester United manager

Despite beating Liverpool in the FA Cup, Manchester United are having a mediocre season and it could cost Erik ten Hag his job at the club.

As per news coming from Italy, Juventus boss, Max Allegri, has been backed to go to England and agree a move to Man Utd.

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In the summer, the Old Lady coach was heavily linked with a move to Saudi Arabia.

La Gazzetta Dello Sport revealed that Allegri, who earns around 9 million euros a year, £148,000 a week, was offered a salary of 30 million euros a year to move to the Middle East.

However, he ended up staying with the Bianconeri. Now, former coach and a very close friend of Max, Giovanni Galeone, has backed the manager to move to the Premier League.

Galeone told Gazzetta (news image provided below):

“He is in his eighth season with Juventus and only Trapattoni has more bench seats than him. I don’t see Max in Arabia, but he would be perfect for England.”

“Next summer will be a summer of great changes throughout Europe: I would very well see Max at Liverpool post-Klopp or at Manchester United.”

Allegri has won every major prize in Italian football multiple times, including five Serie A titles in a row with Juventus.

So, in all fairness, it is perhaps time for him to move abroad. In your view, Should Allegri replace Ten Hag at Man Utd?

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