Zinedine Zidane to Return to Former Club : After the provisional recovery of its 15 penalty points and its qualification in the semi-finals of the Europa League, Juventus seems to be piling up the good news.
Indeed, Zinédine Zidane, a former player of the club between 1996 and 2001, would be interested in returning to Turin as a coach.
In any case, this is what RMC Sport reports, which indicates that Zizou , winner of the three Champions Leagues at Real Madrid as a manager , want to come back to management as soon as possible and have set the Juventus team as a priority.
Even Juve does not qualify to play in the Champions League next season , Zidane still wants to go back to his former side.
That said, the contract of the technician currently working on the Turin bench, Massimiliano Allegri, could prove to be a problem. Under contract until 2025, Allegri whose annual net salary amounts to 7 million euros would see himself with his staff receiving no less than 20 million euros in the event of dismissal.
This is an important information knowing that a reduction in the coffers of the transalpine club would not be refused.
On the other hand, it would be a huge blow for John Elkann, boss of the Old Ladies since Andrea Agnelli distanced himself.
For his part, Zidane has not managed a team since leaving Real Madrid in May 2021 after a season in which the Merengues only finished 2nd in La Liga and were knocked out in the Champions League semi-finals.
As a player, the 1998 Ballon d’Or winner notably won the Serie A twice and twice reached the Champions League finals with Juve.
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