Juventus and Massimiliano Allegri have decided to terminate the contract of the former coach by mutual agreement, the Serie A club said on Monday.

Juventus sacked Allegri in May over his behaviour during and after the Coppa Italia final in which he was sent off as Juve beat Atalanta 1-0 to win a record-extending 15th Italian Cup.

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“Juventus Football Club and Massimiliano Allegri can confirm that they have mutually agreed to terminate his contract at the end of the current season,” Juventus said in a statement.

Allegri was the Turin club’s coach for eight years over two spells, in 2014-2019 and 2021-2024, leading Juve to five Serie A titles, five Italian Cups and two Italian Super Cups.