For the succession of Wenger to Arsenal, the names and the alternatives rained down. As reported by Repubblica, in England they have identified the Juventus coach, a fresh winner of the Coppa Italia, as the ideal profile for a new round, with a millionaire budget attached. The departure of Allegri would open the door for Lazio coach Simone Inzaghi, with the opportunity to get on the Juventus bench.
The doubts of Juventus – Juventus has one, big doubt, with a name and a surname: Claudio Lotito. This is why he has launched an ultimatum to Inzaghi: either he frees himself from the contract with i biancocelesti or nothing is done. Juventus of the future must be built with care, the championship campaign will start in advance and there is the World Cup at the door. There is no time for a long and exhausting negotiation with Lotito: either you are in a hurry, or you do not do anything about it.
Simone Inzaghi spent ten seasons as a player with Lazio, making 201 appearances and scoring 58 goals in all competitions. Immediately after he retired as a player he took over as the manager of Lazio’s Primavera side and held the position for six years. On April 3rd, 2016 following the sacking of Stefano Pioli he was promoted to the senior team.
As Lazio’s manager has a record of 59-19-25 with a +83 goal differential and a win percentage of 57.28. He is well known for his attacking style of play, as Lazio has the most goals for in all of the Serie A this season. With Lazio knocking on the doors of a Champions League spot, its no wonder Inzaghi is seen as a potential replacement for Allegri.
If Simone Inzaghi were to part ways with i biancocelesti, Gian Piero Gasperini and Sergio Conceicao are rumoured as potential replacements.