Guardiola meets Juve director and reportedly agrees four-year deal
According to reports by Radio Sportiva in Italy, the City boss has agreed to join the Italian club and will replace Allegri.
According to reports by an Italian journalist from Radio Sportiva, Pep Guardiola has 'agreed' a four-year deal with Italian club Juventus.
HUGE NEWS 👇🔥— Adriano Del Monte (@adriandelmonte) 21 May 2019
Translation: Done deal! Pep Guardiola will be the Juventus coach. 4-year contract. ☑️ https://t.co/ipswuA97eK
The Manchester City boss met with Juve's Sporting director Fabio Paratici in Milan on Tuesday and is reportedly the Serie A club's number-one target after Massimiliano Allegri announced his departure after failing in his bid to bring the Champions League to the Old Lady.
Present and future success
Guardiola has recently completed an unprecedented, trophy-laden season with City, winning a domestic treble treble that included one of the most relentless title races in recent memory with Liverpool. However, further Champions League success remains elusive for the former Barça and Bayern coach and it is believed Juventus's European ambitions fit with Guardiola's own.