Juventus are weighing up an approach for former Inter coach Antonio Conte, as they consider the future of incumbent Massimiliano Allegri.
As reported in today’s newspaper edition of La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Bianconeri are ready to make wholesale changes in the aftermath of being hit with a 15-point deduction yesterday, following an investigation into capital gains fraud.
This could extend as far as coach Allegri, with the former AC Milan tactician’s future at the Allianz Stadium in doubt, and it is suggested that the Turin club could return to Conte to rebuild the club, after he did so a decade ago when he led them to the first three of nine consecutive league titles.
Conte enjoyed a successful spell at Inter from 2019 until 2021, culminating in the Scudetto, before leaving the club and moving on to Premier League outfit Tottenham Hotspur.
With Conte having a tense relationship with Spurs, it is thought that he may be ready to consider a return to his beloved Juventus, but it would require him to take a considerable pay cut.