Allegri rejected Real Madrid approach

Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri has confirmed he had the chance to become Zinedine Zidane’s successor at Real Madrid but turned down the offer to stay in Turin.
“Did I say no to those two clubs? Let’s just say that I have said yes to Juventus, respecting the agreement that I have struck with the board,” he said.
 “I am grateful to president Florentino Perez for taking me into consideration. I have always liked Juventus’ plans, which are renewed every year with the aim of always winning. I will look to continue the improvements that we began four years ago, alongside [Beppe] Marotta, [Fabio] Paratici, [Pavel] Nedved and the president.”
Allegri took over the Juventus job from Conte in 2014.
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