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Allegri refuses to lead Tottenham due to Real Madrid's offer

Press reports revealed that former Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri refused an offer from Tottenham Hotspur from next season in anticipation of the current Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane's position on staying or leaving his club at the end of the football season next week.

According to the Spanish newspaper "AS", Allegri told his assistants that Tottenham had refused to sign him during the current period in anticipation of Zinedine Zidane's departure from the royal team in case of failure to resolve the Spanish League championship from the tusks of Atletico Madrid next Saturday in the final round of Liga.

Massimiliano Allegri left the Italian club Juventus since June 2019, meaning that he has been out of action for two full seasons, but his track record provides him with many offers every summer after he won the Italian League and Super Cup with AC Milan and up to 11 titles with Juventus, including 5 Italian League Championships in a row.

Massimiliano Allegri also led the old woman to the Champions League final twice, in 2015 and 2017, and lost in both cases to Barcelona and Real Madrid, respectively.

According to the newspaper, Allegri asked for a time to think, but it was primarily to preserve his chances of assuming the job of the Real Madrid coach, especially as he was aware that Tottenham's management had given him time to think before making the appropriate decision.

Ryan Mason took charge of the team at this last stage of the season, but he will not continue with Tottenham, and will return to work in the "Spurs" stronghold, where the president of the London club Daniel Levy wants someone with experience, and Allegri is loved a lot in London.