Massimiliano Allegri’s tenure at Juventus is heading for and an ending at the end of this season. Both parties have confirmed that they are parting ways and Allegri won’t be managing Juve again next season.

Allegri himself stated in a recent interview that he already experienced great times in Turin. During his five years tenure he won the Italian Serie A titles five times straight, four Coppa Italia and getting into two Champions League finals.

The tactician that being with the Bianconeri for five years have been wonderful. Allegri also stated that everything comes and goes in football, so he must keep moving on.

“It’s been five years of wonderful love. Fiver years for me are so many,” Allegri said. “Life goes, comes and goes. I’m going home now, then I’ll have a little break by the sea. ”

Although his exit has been confirmed before the season officially ending, the tactician still doesn’t know about his potential replacement. All that he understand, Juve’s management will certainly appoint a great coach for next season.

Allegri himself also didn’t share any of his plan after ending his Juve tenure, as many rumors are now sparkling. Many believes that he will take the chance in coaching outside of Italy.