Max Allegri 'agrees deal with great English club' amid links with United
- The ex-Juventus boss has long been linked with an appointment at Old Trafford.
- He 'has his eye on' the job should United sack Solskjaer before the end of this season.
- The 52-year-old has reportedly agreed a deal with some unnamed great English club.
Former Juventus manager Max Allegri has agreed a deal to manage 'a great English club' amid longstanding links with Man United. That's according to Italian publication Corriere dello Sport that is not among the most reliable sources.
Allegri left Juventus last summer after winning five consecutive Serie A titles with the Bianconeri. He's been linked with a return to the Allianz Stadium and an appointment at AC Milan of late but his next destination is said to England.
The Italian is believed to 'have his eye on' the Old Trafford job should the Red Devils sack Ole Gunnar Solskjaer before the end of this season.
United, however, do need seem to be keen on the Norwegian's departure anytime soon and reportedly ready to back him in the summer transfer market with at least three signings (MEN).
After the Premier League gameweek 25, the Red Devils sit in eighth, six points behind fourth-placed Chelsea.