Zinedine Zidane is experiencing a new shock over his attempts to resume his coaching career after a two-year hiatus following the end of his second term at Real Madrid in the summer of 2021.
In this regard, the Gazzetta dello Sport newspaper confirmed that Juventus have decided to keep their coach Massimiliano Allegri for next season.
The newspaper added that the Juventus administration had restored Allegri’s credibility despite the team’s declining results and performance this season, as well as the manager’s extreme nervousness.
The old woman’s team lost the Coppa Italia and the local Super Cup, her hopes for Calcio did not come true, and she flew out of the Champions League ahead of schedule, and qualified for a meeting with Sevilla in the semi-finals of the Europa League.
Although Napoli are close to winning the Italian league this season, this failure will not affect the future of the Italian coach at the Bianconeri.
For its part, the RMC Sport network noted that Juventus’ decision came as a shock to Zidane, who considered working with the Italian giant a priority for himself next season.
Zidane’s biggest dream of coaching France has evaporated after current Dukes coach Didier Deschamps’ contract was extended until the summer of 2026.