The Premier League giant, Manchester United, turned out to have offered a bid to the Italian coach, Massimilliano Allegri on a foam transfer last summer, to replace Mourinho in the manager’s seat. Unfortunately, according to audible reports, the offer was immediately rejected by the former AC Milan tactician.
Jose Mourinho’s situation at Manchester United was not conducive since last summer. Starting from the demands of high transfers to the relationship with the midfielder, Paul Pogba, who is considered not conducive. In the end, Mourinho was defended by Manchester United, however, a report has just emerged stating that the Red Devils actually tried to bring in an Italian coach, Massimilliano Allegri.
As Calciomercato reported, concrete steps have been made by United in recent days. They threw an offer to Juventus’ coach, Massimiliano Allegri. No kidding, because Allegri was offered a three and a half year contract with a salary of €9 million per season. That figure is higher than € 2 million, from what he now gets from Juventus.
In addition, this 51-year-old tactician will be provided with a transfer fee of € 200 million to strengthen the team. That value can increase, depending on the needs that will be faced later. Unfortunately, Allegri is also called directly rejecting it outright. Besides still wanting to focus on his big project at Juventus, the Livorno-born figure also feels it’s not time to have a career outside Italy.
However, Manchester United are said to still be able to get Allegri’s services in the transfer market next summer, especially if the former AC Milan coach failed to bring Juventus to win the European Champions League this season. Despite his failure in two Champions League finals, Allegri remains the top coach who is able to present four consecutive Scudettto and four Coppa Italia in a row.