Don Hutchison believes Massimiliano Allegri would turn down the managerial role at Newcastle United


ESPN expert Don Hutchison believes Massimiliano Allegri would turn down the chance of handling Newcastle United as he is ‘destined for bigger and better things’.

The Magpies are currently on the brink of a takeover with Mike Ashley having actually settled on an offer worth ₤300 m to move the ownership to PCP Capital Partners.

This has actually currently caused the speculation that Steve Bruce might be changed with a prominent manager and ex-Tottenham Hotspur boss Mauricio Pochettino is thought to hold an interest in the role.

Speaking on the ESPN FC show, Hutchison stated that Lucien Favre (Borussia Dortmund) and Pochettino are the real managerial prospects and the latter might be the suitable head coach for the Magpies.

The former West Ham United man added that Allegri might not have an interest in the upcoming project at the Tyneside outfit and might await a bigger task to appear.

“Lucien Favre would fit in well. My ideal manager would be Pochettino,” he informed.

” I think Max Allegri is predestined for bigger and much better things. I’m not rather sure he would wish to take the Newcastle project on.

“But if Pochettino went to Newcastle, he would be adored like you wouldn’t believe.”

Bruce has actually done outstanding work given that organizing the Magpies last summer and the club are currently in mid-table and 8 points above the transfer locations.

Even with the modification in ownership, the 59- year-old might keep his position for the rest of the season, prior to the hierarchy select a possible follower.

Pochettino appears the ideal suitable for the Magpies after his current success at ex-club Tottenham where he had the ability to keep them in the leading 4 for four-straight seasons with minimal costs.

On The Other Hand, Allegri, 52, is another option under factor to consider to be successful Bruce however he might desire the guarantee of big- name finalizings, which won’ t take place quickly with the Financial Fair Play constraints in location.

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