Juventus will keep Max Allegri as their manager beyond this season, but they will make changes to his coaching staff, according to a report.

The Bianconeri have had a tough season and the club is expected to change things around in the summer.

Some players will leave to be replaced with new ones, but that might not be the only department that change will happen.

There have been calls for the club to sack Allegri following their poor performances so far.

However, Football Italia says he will remain at the helm for next season, but Juve will replace some of his coaching staff.

The club hopes these changes will help them have a better 2022/2023 season.

Juve FC Says

When a club is performing poorly, it calls for changes to be made and sometimes it is not the manager that needs to leave.

You can argue that the manager is as good as his coaching staff, but the reality is that Allegri has proven over time that he is a good manager.

The club is right if it gives him at least one more season to succeed whilst changing things around him.

It would be interesting to see which player joins the current group when the transfer window reopens.