Guardiola ‘agrees €24m-a-year deal to become Juve boss’
Posted On May 24, 2019
Pep Guardiola has agreed a deal to leave Manchester City and become the new Juventus manager, according to reports.
Massimiliano Allegri will leave his position as Juventus head coach at the end of the season sparking more speculation that they want to appoint the Spaniard.
Guardiola completely denied rumours linking him with Juventus earlier in the season and he was again dismissive on Friday when asked about the Turin club following news that Allegri is to leave.
However, Italian outlet AGI claims that Guardiola has agreed to take over at Juventus and that he will sign a deal on June 4.
Guardiola won the domestic treble with Manchester City this season with triumphs in the League Cup, FA Cup and Premier League.
The report adds that Guardiola will sign for ‘four years with a fee of 24 million euros per season’ as his salary with his official presentation to the media coming on June 14.