Massimiliano Allegri is set to leave Juventus after five years in charge of the Serie A giants and the Premier League could be his next destination. According to the Daily Telegraph, both Chelsea and Tottenham are interested in securing the manager's services at the end of the season with the Italian who reportedly prefers the Spurs to the Blues. Why? Chelsea's transfer ban doesn't make Roman Abramovich's side an appealing destination for the Juve boss who is set to salute the Allianz Stadium in a few hours as Juve take on Atalanta.
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