Pep Guardiola Allegedly Agrees Four-Year Deal With Juventus, To Be Confirmed June 14


Reports circulating indicates that Man City coach, Pep Guardiola has agreed to move to Italian giants Juventus.  According to AGI, the tactical maestro has agreed to become the new manager of the Old lady, following the announcement of the departure of former manager Massimiliano Allegri.

The Catalan, who just completed a domestic treble in England with Manchester City, is said to have a four-year deal in place with the Bianconeri and will see a switch to Italy confirmed on June 14.

The Juventus and Pep Guardiola would reach an agreement that would commit the coach with the Bianconeri for four years with a fee of 24 million Euros per season. The signature is scheduled for 4 June, then On Friday 14 is the official presentation – the day in which, by chance, the tours to visit the Allianz Stadium with its Juventus Museum were suddenly and mysteriously suspended.

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