- Massimiliano Allegri has reportedly agreed to become Chelsea’s new manager
- The Italian is currently managing Serie A giants Juventus
- Guus Hiddink’s second spell as interim gaffer will come to an end when the current campaign is over
Chelsea have secured their long-term Jose Mourinho replacement.
According to Calciomercato, the Blues have agreed a deal with current Juventus gaffer, Massimiliano Allegri, to take over the gates of hell at Stamford Bridge.
If true, the former AC Milan manager has certainly opted for one of the hardest jobs in football, but how will he make his mark in west London?
Jose Mourinho selling Juan Mata off the back of two superb seasons was a bit bloody mental but the former Chelsea gaffer believed that Oscar could go on to become bigger and better than the Spaniard.
Allegri can give Jose a big two-fingered salute by shipping out the Brazilian, who hasn’t really hit the heights – consistently – that have been expected of him.
DESTROY MANCHESTER UNITED
It’s pretty much accepted that Jose Mourinho will take over the Red Devils at some point between now and the beginning of next season, and this won’t sit well with a lot of the Blues faithful. Therefore, in the two sides’ first meeting of the 2016/17 season, Allegri needs to go full FIFA ultra-attacking and embarrass the Special One’s new team.
Hopefully Chelsea will bang in a few beauties like these!
MUG OFF JOHN TERRY
The Chelsea legend clearly knows what he is doing by going public about the Blues not offering him a new deal, despite the club saying otherwise. Therefore, Allegri should call a press conference with JT – telling the defender it’s about him being offered a new deal – only to rip the contract up right in Terry’s face.
JT would see the funny side, eventually…
No one knows who he is and no one knows why Chelsea signed him.
Make him captain, Massimiliano.