- Massimiliano Allegri is getting ready for his imminent Premier League move this summer
- The 51-year-old is planning to cut his holiday short and start English lessons soon
- Allegri left Juve after five years winning the Serie A titles all through his reign at the club
Former Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri has reportedly planning to commence English lessons ahead of his proposed move to Premier League this summer.
The Italian born manager parted ways with the Serie A champions at the end of 2018-19 season despite winning the title fifth consecutive time for them.
Allegri failed to give the Old Lady Champions League glory having being knocked out in all his attempts - losing two finals to Barcelona and Real Madrid within three years.
He is however open to take up new challenges with Chelsea tipped as ideal destination for the manager, while Maurizio Sarri is expected to move to the other side.
According to SunSport, Allegri and his TV star partner Ambra Angiolini will take a break from their holiday at Disneyland before heading to London.
The publication further revealed that he has made his intentions to manage Chelsea known to Antonio Conte.
Apart from Allegri, club legend Frank Lampard is another manager on the line to take over from Sarri at Stamford Bridge.
The Derby County boss currently pushed his side through to Championship playoffs but lost to Aston Villa, who are back in the topflight after their three year sojourn in the lower league.
However, Allegri tops the chase following his successes at Juve - five consecutive Scudetto titles, the Coppa Italia four times, while also finishing runners-up in the Champions League twice.
Meanwhile, the London club are not planning to allow their manager leave unless the Old Lady cough up his £5.3 million release clause.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Mauricio Pochettino could be interested in managing Juventus after dumping his Premier League side Tottenham this summer.
According to UK Sun report, Pochettino’s cousin revealed that the Argentine tactician “desires” the Juventus managerial job after Max Allegri’s exit at the end of the 2018-19 campaign.
At the last count, different managers have been linked to take charge of the Old Lady’s this summer, with ex-Chelsea boss Antonio Conte reportedly snubbing a return to his former employers citing a deal with Inter Milan.
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