Juventus boss Max Allegri has distanced himself from the Manchester United post and says he is happy in Italy.
Allegri is just one of countless names that have been put forward and will apparently be considered by Manchester United as a possible permanent successor to Jose Mourinho who was axed last week.
United interim boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is only contracted until the summer and then the race will be on to find a permanent manager but Allegri says it will not be him.
Ahead of Juventus’ Serie A match against Sampdoria he was was asked about the speculation. “I have a contract with Juventus and I am happy here.” said Allegri, as reported by Calciomercato.
“We are doing a great job together with the fans. “There are many games to win before the end of the season, there is time before June. Italian football is fascinating, I am not tired of it. I want to stay to improve Italian football.
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