Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri will be leaving the Serie club after five years with the Italian champions.
The club says Allegri "will not be on the Juventus bench" next season, adding that Allegri and Juventus president Andrea Agnelli will hold a news conference on Saturday.
The 51-year-old Italian has won the league title in each of his five seasons since taking charge in 2014. Despite another domestic title, defeat to Atalanta in the Coppa and the Champions League exit led to Allegri being questioned by a fan base that despite his incredible successes he has never entirely managed to win over. He also looks at potential options to replace Allegri at Juventus, including Lazio manager Simone Inzaghi and even the man Allegri replaced in Turin: Antonio Conte.
The Italian failed to pass the quarter finals this year after Ajax knocked out Juve to snuff out any hopes of Allegri lifting the cup with big ears. Conte delivered the Serie A title in each of his three seasons in charge of Juventus, winning the league with a record points total of 102 during the 2013-14 campaign.
Allegri ends his time with the club one year early, terminating his contract by mutual consent, bringing his five-year spell with the club to an end. "I'm not going to go to Juventus, I am not going to move to Italy", Guardiola said in a news conference ahead of the FA Cup final between Manchester City and Watford at Wembley (11:55 a.m. ET, ESPN+). "I'm not going to move to Turin, to Italy", Guardiola told reporters on Friday. I am not going anywhere. "I am satisfied working with this club".
"I like his game and I like his way of playing football until the death".
Media reports in recent months suggested Juve's ideal candidate after Allegri was Manchester City's Guardiola.