Ex-AC Milan coach Massimiliano Allegri will become Tottenham boss in June [Corriere dello Sport]
WOAH! Huge news for Tottenham fans on Good Friday.
According to Italian daily Corriere dello Sport, Massimiliano Allegri has agreed to become the Tottenham coach next season, and the Italian will bring Mauro Tassotti with him as a coach at White Hart Lane.
The rumours in Italy contradict the rumour mill in England which had seemed to believe that Louis van Gaal would become Tottenham’s new coach this summer.
Suggestions in Italy is that the deal for Allegri and Tassotti to move to Spurs is done.
Furthermore, it’s also been reported that Allegri has been living in London over the past few months in order to learn English, which should help his transition to White Hart Lane.
A copy of the front page of Corriere dello Sport on Friday is below.
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