Inter would be the perfect club for Massimiliano Allegri to resume his coaching career, a report in the Italian media argued today.
Allegri has been out of work since he left Juventus by mutual consent at the end of the 2018-19 season, having won five straight Serie A titles and reached the UEFA Champions League final twice.
Calciomercato.com discouraged Allegri from returning to Juventus or AC Milan, where he won another Scudetto back in 2011, citing Fabio Capello, Giovanni Trapattoni and Marcello Lippi’s second stints with those clubs as proof that ‘going back to where you’ve won is not always easy’.
Inter would be an ideal choice if Antonio Conte were to leave, though, be it through Conte’s own volition or an enforced departure due to an ownership change.
CM admitted Allegri joining Inter remained an improbable scenario for the moment, but they insisted that he would be the perfect man to build on Conte’s work at San Siro – just as he did when he replaced him at Juventus in 2015.
Otherwise, the report recommended Roma as the next best destination for him, given the Giallorossi’s new owners and their squad which is packed with talent.