Allegri's Juventus successor revealed?

Serie A

Reports coming out of Italy claim have Juventus have already begun talks with a candidate to take over from manager Massimiliano Allegri from next season.

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The Old Lady announced a couple days ago that Allegri will be leaving the club after five years in charge of the first team.

The likes of Antonio Conte, Pep Guardiola, and Mauricio Pochettino have been linked with the job, while Antonio Conte has already agreed to take over at Inter Milan.

According to Italian publications La Stampa and now Corriere dello Sport, Juve have begun talks with Lazio coach Simone Inzaghi.

When asked about his future at Lazio this week, Inzaghi told reporters,"“It’s right that we enjoy this evening, then there will be time to sit down with (director of sport Igli) Tare and the President to discuss everything.

“We have a good rapport, but some things shouldn’t be taken for granted the way people say.”

Inzaghi recenly led Lazio to their first Coppa Italia title since the 2012/2013 season.