Massimiliano Allegri will remain Juventus manager despite Agnelli departure, club statement confirms
Juventus have confirmed that Massimiliano Allegri will stay on as head coach despite the mass boardroom exodus.
Juventus have released a statement following yesterday's shock resignation of the entire board, including president Andrea Agnelli and vice-president Pavel Nedved, saying that the current coach will stay in the role going forward.
The statement reads: "Massimiliano Allegri remains the point of reference in the Juventus sports area: we are counting on him and on the whole team to continue winning as they have shown they can do in the last few days, keeping our goals high on the pitch."
Allegri is in his second spell as Juventus boss after being at the helm between 2014 and 2019, taking back over from Andrea Pirlo in 2021. This is not the first time the Turin club have found themselves in a precarious position, with some figures comparing the current crisis to the Calciopoli scandal that saw the club relegated to Serie B in 2006.