Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

Max Out

Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

Max Out

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JUVENTUS boss Max Allegri insists he is happy in Italy after it was suggested earlier this week that he will be considered by United as a possible permanent successor to Jose Mourinho.

United are on the look-out for a manager to succeed interim boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in the summer and ESPN claimed on Thursday that Allegri was in the frame.

The Italian has managed Juventus since 2014 and Allegri would fit the bill at United because he has experience of working with a sporting director in Turin.

United chief Ed Woodward plans to appoint a director of football as part of a longoverdue restructure at Old Trafford. The report claimed Mauricio Pochettino remains United's No.1 choice to take charge next summer but Woodward is committed to "a thorough and extensive" search before appointing a successor to Mourinho. …

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