Big surprise in Turin, in this new Summer Window. After three successful years and many records broken, mostly in Serie A , the Old Lady, saw the maestro of those great achievements, Antonio Conte, leave the club. Was he tempted by the opportunity of a new challenge as the vacant post of la Squadra Azzura or managing a bigger, maybe wealthier club as France’s PSG?
Less than 24 hours later, Bianconero’s manager, Beppe Marotta , was already announcing his replacement on the bench, by Massimiliano Allegri, former Milan’s manager for three years and a half. Despite the fact that he was fired, a few months ago «Max” can boast a big achievement with modest club, Gagliari , leading them in Serie A’s 9th place and a Serie A win with Milan AC , both won during the first season !
Will he be able to replace Antonio Conte and equal his three Scudetti in a row, break the records of 102 points( last year), 44 matches undefeated(in 2012) and a lot of other achievements or is this going to be an Impossible Mission?
Whereas Conte was asking in May a financial effort from the club, to permit him creating a more offensive 4-3-3 and therefore to be able to compete in Champions League, it seems that Allegri doesn’t want to change that much and keep the classic 3-5-2 with the Nazionale’s defence. Will the club’s recent signings allow a certain kind of flexibility? The recent arrivals of the former Red devils Captain, Patrice Evra, Alvaro Morata ( RMFC ) or Kingsley Coman (PSG) offer him all sorts of opportunities if he wants to change the squad’s game.
The Tour in Oceania , starts the 6th of August. Juve will face the MLS All Star ( Alessandro Del Piero former Bianconero, will be on the pitch) and maybe this game will help to understand the boss plans for the Old Lady.