Leonardo Bonucci could wave an emotional goodbye to Juventus this summer if Max Allegri remains at the club after the pairs’ much-publicised fallout.
Yahoo Sport claim that the 29-year-old defender is ready to quit the Old Lady following an on the pitch row with the current boss which subsequently lead to him being left out of the squad for the following game.
The current Serie A champions are said to rate Bonucci at £50 million so with reported interest from his former manager, Antonio Conte at Chelsea and fellow Premier league rivals Manchester City the Italian would certainly be a costly acquisition for a potential suitor.
Despite a public apology to teammates in which he treated them to dinner the player supposedly remains determined to leave, and with top class centre-halves difficult to come by in the current market it would put the Juventus board in a tight spot to try and retain the player should any big offers come to fruition.
Allegri’s future, however, is still uncertain, with reports linking him to both Arsenal and Barcelona to replace the under pressure Arsene Wenger and departing Luis Enrique respectively.