Last season, Juventus failed to collect silverware for the first time in more than a decade. Nonetheless, Max Allegri maintained his seat in the dugout despite the disappointing campaign.

But according to la Gazzetta dello Sport via JuventusNews24, the management won’t tolerate a similar outcome, demanding at least one trophy by the end of the season.

With the Scudetto title completely out of the reach for obvious reasons, Coppa Italia remains the Old Lady’s most concrete path towards the podium. Therefore, the double-header against Inter in the semi-final could be crucial for the manager’s future in Turin.

Moreover, the Bianconeri are still competing in Europe, but their Europa League debut against Nantes was hardly inspiring, raising further doubts over the club’s ability to go far in the competition.

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Amidst all the troubles surrounding the club, a trophy would certainly raise the morale at Continassa, but is it a fair objective at this point, considering what the players and their manager went through this season?

Regardless, if Juventus can find themselves a better alternative for Allegri then they should certainly entertain the idea. After all, the Livorno native hasn’t exactly covered himself in glory following his return to Turin.