Massimiliano Allegri has signed an extension to his contract as Juventus coach, tying him down to the club until 2020.
Just days after Juventus were beaten 4-1 in the final of the Champions League by Real Madrid, Allegri has committed his future to the Old Lady by extending a contract that was due to expire in 2018.
He was not a popular choice to replace Antonio Conte three years ago, with protests forming outside the club’s training centre when he arrived, but has enjoyed exceptional success in Turin.
The former AC Milan boss has led Juventus to three consecutive Serie A and Coppa Italia doubles and two Champions League finals since 2014.
The only domestic titles Juve have failed to win under Allegri were the 2014 and 2016 Supercoppa trophies, while his three straight Scudettossaw the club set a new record of six domestic league titles in a row.
Allegri, who has previously said he would like to manage in the Premier League, had guided Milan to the Serie A title in 2011 and won the Supercoppa with the Rossoneri the same year.