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Juventus: Destruction in the tens of millions in the eventual sacking of Allegri

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Juventus are looking for a replacement for Massimiliano Allegri but are struggling to make the decision to sack him as he faces tens of millions of euros in consequences.

Juventus are faltering early in the season and a defeat at bottom side Monza would be the icing on the cake for Massimiliano Allegri’s removal from the bench if there were no objective difficulties for such a development.

The Italian coach is under a lot of pressure from the continued poor results from last season, but the Bianconeri’s leadership doesn’t seem to be listening to the fans’ voices.

According to Calcio e Finanza, the reasons for Allegri’s whereabouts so far are financial, as the impact of a potential sacking would severely affect the club’s finances.

The 55-year-old coach has signed with Juventus until June 30, 2025 with a net profit of 7,000,000 euros and a gross profit of 12,950,000 euros. He still has 19,000,000 to collect by the end of the contract, five of which by the end of this season.

In the event of Allegri’s sacking, the long-term budget will be positively impacted by 36,000,000, not counting the rich compensation they will receive in such a development.

Likewise, not only the severance payment but also the contract of the Allegri successor should be deducted from the 36,000,000 to determine whether it is financially worthwhile to sack the Italian coach.

Because of this, people on the team are thinking about an internal successor with someone who is already contracted and not senior. Paolo Montero is a candidate to take the technical lead as he knows very well the team he played for from 1996 to 2005 and where he is now the Primavera coach, that is the second team.

Otherwise, the Bianconeri people will negotiate a small deal with a free agent like Thomas Tuchel or Paulo Souza waiting on his phone.

A third option is preferred by Italian clubs, namely not to sack Allegri but to hire a successor until the Italian coach finds a new team and mutually terminates his contract, without compensation of course.

Source: sport 24

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Manager Lautaro: ‘Crazy offers for Inter rejected’

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Lautaro Martinez’s representative stressed that he was not surprised by the rumors about Bayern’s interest, but clarified that the Argentine forward decided to stay at Inter and turned down tempting offers.

Lautarto Martinez has remained a constant in Inter’s attack in recent years, making him an attractive target for a number of European clubs, with Bayern being a prime example, who seem to be keeping a close eye on him lately.

However, that interest seems unlikely to materialize as the player’s manager Alejandro Camano gave an interview to TyC Sports website and clarified that the Argentine forward has decided to stay at Inter, something a number of clubs have said the door closes ., who has made him important offers.

“He started the season with a very good plan, Inter are competitive. The world title with Brazil will be the icing on the cake.”

Could FC Bayern return to its claim? It wouldn’t surprise me because, like I said, there were always suggestions.” first pointed out the representative of the Nerazzurri striker, adding meaningfully:

“At the moment, Lautaro has a clear head. He only has Inter Milan and the World Cup on his mind. In the last transfer window, there were chances that he left after impressive offers, but he understood that it was better for him not to move.

Anything can happen in the future. Inter are not at their best but they are a great team and a great place.

Nobody rules out other clubs showing up with strong interest in him, but Lautaro is in no hurry and is letting his football do the talking.”

Source: sport 24

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Juventus – Bologna 3: 0: The lady broke out and ended the negative series

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Juventus scored goals from Kostic, Vlahovic and Milik and clinched a comfortable 3-0 win over Bologna to end a five-game losing streak and celebrate their first win since late August.

The black record of five unsuccessful games in all competitions (2 draws – 3 defeats) that had cast dark clouds over the Juventus camp is now a thing of the past. Their top-class strikers made sure of that on Sunday evening (October 2nd). Filip Kostic, Dusan Vlahovic and Arkadiusz Milik scored superbly to guide Massimo Allegri’s side to a comfortable 3-0 win over Bologna Serie A on Matchday 8.

It is noted that this was the Bianconeri’s first win since 31 August and their 29th success in their last 39 league games against Bologna, with the Rossoblu managing just one success in that period in February 2011.

The match

Although they didn’t meet high standards of performance and limited themselves to just a few stages in front of goal, Juventus outperformed their opponents and found the target they were looking for to put them in the driver’s seat. That happened in the 24th minute when Vlahovic advanced into Bologna space and played a pass past him to Kostic, while his Serbia international teammate Skorupski rounded off the lead with his first goal in the black and white jersey to make it 1-0.

Allegri’s side had the lead but knew they had to move up further in the second half to ‘secure’ the coveted three points and they did just that, with the hosts putting pressure on Thiago Motta’s side (Lykogiannis was key, he played throughout). game) and find two more goals. The first came in the 59th minute when the ball went several yards past McKenney, who rolled in a cross from the right and headed in Vlahovic to make it 2-0.

Three minutes later, Milik assuaged the Juventus fans’ fear of the final outcome of the game after gaining possession in the opponent’s penalty area and wasting time with an unimaginable left-footed shot Skorupski reacted to make it 3-0.

In the sequel, Juventus missed chances of at least one more goal and Bologna advanced but failed to find a consolation goal. In the final, Torino advanced to 7th place and looked to the future with greater optimism, albeit only with -7 from pioneers Napoli and Atalanta.

JUVENTUS: Cesni, Danilo, Bonucci, Bremer, Sandro, McKenney (60′ Cuadrado), Locatelli (77′ Miretti), Rabiot (77′ De Scillo), Kostic (60′ Paredes), Milik (81′ Ken), Vlahovic

BOLOGNA: Skorupski, De Silvestri (61′ Campiazo), Sosa, Bonifazzi, Lycogiannis, Suten (77′ Ebisser), Dominguez (61′ Medel), Orsolini, Soriano (77′ Ferguson), Sansone (61′ Vignato), Arnautovic

The results of the 8th round:

Saturday October 1st

  • Naples – Turin 3-1 (6′ 12′ Angisa, 37′ Kvaratthelia / 43′ Sanabria)
  • Inter-Roma 1-2 (30′ Dimarco / 39′ Dybala, 75′ Smalling)
  • Empoli – Milan 1-3 (90+2′ Bayrami / 79′ Rebic, 90+4′ Ballo-Toure, 90+7′ Leao)

Sunday October 2nd

  • Lazio – Spezia 4-0 (12′ Tzakani, 24′ Romagnoli, 61′ 90+1′ Milinkovic-Savic)
  • Sassuolo-Salernitana 5-0 (12′ Lauriente, 39′ Pen. Pinamonti, 53′ Thorstvedt, 76′ Arui, 90+2′ Antiste)
  • Lecce – Cremonese 1-1 (42’Stfetsa / 19’Tsofani)
  • Samdoria-Monza 0-3 (11′ Pessina, 67′ Caprari, 90+5′ Sensi)
  • Atalanta – Florence 1-0 (59′ Luqman)
  • Juventus-Bologna 3-0 (24′ Kostic, 59′ Vlahovic, 62′ Milik)

Monday October 3rd

  • Verona – Udinese 21:45

The best phases

Napoli – Torino 3-1

Inter – Roma 1-2

Empoli – Milan 1-3

Sassuolo-Salernitana 5-0

Samdoria – Monza 0-3

Lecce – Cremonese 1-1

The table of the series A:

The game plan for the 9th matchday:

  • 08/10 16:00 Sassuolo – Inter
  • 08/10 19:00 Milan – Juventus
  • 08/10 21:45 Bologna – Samdoria
  • 09/10 13:30 Torino – Empoli
  • 09/10 16:00 Udinese – Atalanta
  • 09/10 16:00 Monza – Spezia
  • 09/10 16:00 Salernitana Verona
  • 09/10 19:00 Cremonese – Naples
  • 09/10 21:45 Rome – Lecce
  • 10.10. 21:45 Florence – Lazio

Source: sport 24

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Atalanta – Fiorentina 1-0: Lookman shoots it to the top

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Atalanta struggled against Fiorentina but broke the Gordian knot with a goal from Lookman in the 59th minute, earning the precious three points that put them jointly at the top of the Serie A table with Napoli.

The Serie A Ranking Penthouse is for two! A day after Napoli’s 3-1 thrashing of Torino came Atalanta’s response as Gian Piero Gasperini’s side beat Fiorentina 1-0 in Bergamo to climb to the top and earn 20 points in which they are involved.

The game didn’t have many stages and was decided by a good team effort from the home side, with Muriel breaking through the Fiorentina’s defense from the left and Lookman delivering a one-and-done assist, with the Englishman taking the lead from the height of the small to give the three points to the area and the violas.

For their part, the Violas equalized with Jovic in the 87th minute but were unable to take anything away from the game, seeing Atalanta an unusual revenge for having overtaken them five months ago in the standings for last place in the European Ticket (7th).

It is worth noting that “Dea” kept another clean sheet (best defense in the division with 3 goals conceded) to celebrate the fifth three points in the last eight league games with the Violas, with Gasperini finishing 299 games on their bench and to match Emiliano Montonico’s performance.

ATALANTA: Sportiello, Toloi (75′ Demiral), Okoli, Skalvini, Hattebur, De Ron, Kopmeiners, Sopi (56′ Mele), Ederson (56′ Pasalic), Lookman (74′ Malinovski), Muriel (74′ Hoylund)

FLORENTINA: Terazzano, Venuti (67′ Terzic), Martines (85′ Duncan), Igor, Biraghi, Bonaventura (67′ Amrabad), Madragora, Barak (75′ Jovic), Icone, Kwame, Saponara (86′ Cabral)

The results of the 8th round:

Saturday October 1st

  • Naples – Turin 3-1 (6′ 12′ Angisa, 37′ Kvaratthelia / 43′ Sanabria)
  • Inter-Roma 1-2 (30′ Dimarco / 39′ Dybala, 75′ Smalling)
  • Empoli – Milan 1-3 (90+2′ Bayrami / 79′ Rebic, 90+4′ Ballo-Toure, 90+7′ Leao)

Sunday October 2nd

  • Lazio – Spezia 4-0 (12′ Tzakani, 24′ Romagnoli, 61′ 90+1′ Milinkovic-Savic)
  • Sassuolo-Salernitana 5-0 (12′ Lauriente, 39′ Pen. Pinamonti, 53′ Thorstvedt, 76′ Arui, 90+2′ Antiste)
  • Lecce – Cremonese 1-1 (42’Stfetsa / 19’Tsofani)
  • Samdoria-Monza 0-3 (11′ Pessina, 67′ Caprari, 90+5′ Sensi)
  • Atalanta – Florence 1-0 (59′ Luqman)
  • Juventus-Bologna 21:45

Monday October 3rd

  • Verona – Udinese 21:45

The best phases

Napoli – Torino 3-1

Inter – Roma 1-2

Empoli – Milan 1-3

Sassuolo-Salernitana 5-0

Samdoria – Monza 0-3

Lecce – Cremonese 1-1

The table of the series A:

The game plan for the 9th matchday:

  • 08/10 16:00 Sassuolo – Inter
  • 08/10 19:00 Milan – Juventus
  • 08/10 21:45 Bologna – Samdoria
  • 09/10 13:30 Torino – Empoli
  • 09/10 16:00 Udinese – Atalanta
  • 09/10 16:00 Monza – Spezia
  • 09/10 16:00 Salernitana Verona
  • 09/10 19:00 Cremonese – Naples
  • 09/10 21:45 Rome – Lecce
  • 10.10. 21:45 Florence – Lazio

Source: sport 24

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