Juventus confrimed on Friday that Massimiliano Allegri will end his five-year stay at the club, with the Italian manager revealing that he will take some time off before venturing on his next job.
Allegri took over from Antonio Conte who left Juventus to join the Italian National Team. Allegri has won five successive Scudetto, completing the domestic double on four occasions and has also reached two Champions League finals, losing out to Real Madrid and Barcelona. It is reported that Allegri had clashed with sporting director, Fabio Paratici and vice president, Pavel Nedved who pushed his exit.
In an interview with Striscia La Notizia. Allegri revealed that he enjoyed his stay at Juventus but does not know the club's next coach, "The name of the next coach? That I don't know, someone needs to be on the bench, but I don't know who. In any case they will choose a great coach because Juve is a great club. They were five marvellous years - five years is a lot for me.
"Six months to build a team and then leave like this? What do you mean six months? Five years to build Juventus. Life is like this, things come and go."
Allegri who has previously spoken of his interest in moving to the Premier League revealed that he is ready to take some time out to recharge, "Where will I go? Home! Now I can go to the beach a little bit."