Juventus manager Max Allegri is not in danger of being sacked immediately by the Bianconeri despite poor recent results.
The Bianconeri lost to Monza last evening and were down to ten men because of Angel di Maria’s sending off. The defeat came only days after the club’s loss to Benfica in the Champions League, with their hopes of making it to the next round now hanging by a thread.
While fans have been quite angry against Allegri, it doesn’t seem as if he’s getting too soon. La Gazzetta dello Sport have stated today that while Allegri is confused and isolated, Juve are looking to make a decision about his future by November’s international break.
They want to determine as to whether Juve can make it out of their CL group and that will have a key bearing on Allegri’s future. His future though, is being considered, with Di Maria unhappy with how his injury was dealt by the Italian.