Allegri-Juventus, it’s over: Scanavino sacks Max, Giuntoli skips the match

Massimiliano Allegri says goodbye to Juventus. The Juventus club fired him, citing an attitude that was not compatible with the club’s values, a message summarized in a ten-line statement that seemed rather “cold” towards the 8-trophy Livorno coach.

The exemption is formally not “for just cause” – we read above The Corriere dello Sport – and was communicated by the CEO Maurizio Scanavino in a letter with five points: the behavior with the referee and fourth official at the Olimpico in the Italian Cup, the damage to some equipment of the Lapresse agency upon returning to the changing rooms, the heated clash with Guido Vaciago (director of Tuttosport), the shouting towards the security men.

Finally, a new discussion had with the director Cristiano Giuntoli, who missed yesterday’s summit with Scanavino and Allegri. The reason? According to what was reported by the club, the presence of the former Napoli player was not necessary, as it was a disciplinary measure and not a technical decision. However, the incident has left more than a few doubts and would demonstrate how much the relationship between the two – informs the newspaper – has actually crumbled after the disagreements in the Italian Cup.