Unconfirmed reports in Italy claim Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has agreed to replace Massimiliano Allegri as the next Juventus boss.
According to Italian journalist Federico Gennarelli of Radio Sportiva, the Spaniard has agreed on a four-year contract with the Serie A giants.
HUGE NEWS 👇🔥— Adriano Del Monte (@adriandelmonte) May 21, 2019
Translation: Done deal! Pep Guardiola will be the Juventus coach. 4-year contract. ☑️ https://t.co/ipswuA97eK
This comes just a few days after the 48-year-old tactician ruled out a move to Italy insisting he still has two more years with the Premier League champions.
Last week, Juve announced Allegri will be departing the Allianz Stadium this summer after five successful years at the helm.
The Bianconneri have also been linked with moves for Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino, Lazio manager Simone Inzaghi and Chelsea's Maurizio Sarri although maintaining they are in no hurry to hire a new manager.