Juventus have had a very shaky start to the season so far. In most cases, this would have resulted in the manager losing their job. However, Max Allegri has remained in charge of the club despite their poor performances in the last few games.
The main reason behind Allegri not being relieved of his duties is because of the amount that Juventus would have to pay him. The Italian is one year into the four-year contract he signed last year, worth €6.5 million per season.
This is why Juventus can’t sack Max Allegri
There are also concerns about the UEFA Settle Agreement, and their debt which is worth €216 million as of last December. The money required to replace Max Allegri has also become a factor in the equation, and has seen him keep his job despite the results.
Over the next three years, Juventus must keep their losses to €60 million, according to an agreement that they had with UEFA. The club is now trying to minimise costs as much as possible, which has resulted in a difficult situation for them.
The team has lost both of their opening Champions League games for the first time ever, and is also not doing the best in Serie A. The brand of football being played is also not productive for the most part, and for the time being, it seems like the Bianconeri will have to deal with it.