After the dismissal of Pioli and Allegri.. Who will coach Milan and Juventus next season?

Milan confirmed on Friday morning the end of Stefano Pioli’s career as coach of the team after 4 years of successful work together, during which the Italian led his team to the Italian League title after years of absence.

The modest levels presented by Milan this season were the reason for the decision to part ways with Pioli, after the team achieved second place in the league and failed in Europe and in the Italian Cup.

Milan joins Juventus, which fired its coach, Massimiliano Allegri, due to poor results as well, so the question remains: Who will succeed Allegri at the Bianconeri, and Pioli at the Rossoneri?

According to Italian media, Juventus has terminated the agreement with Thiago Motta, and the current Bologna coach will take charge for a period of three years, starting next season.

Motta led Bologna to qualify for the Champions League while playing entertaining football, but he informed the Italian club of his departure at the end of the current season to take the next major step in his career.

As for Milan, recent reports indicate that the Italian club is close to reaching an agreement with Paulo Fonseca to succeed Pioli.

Fonseca had acceptable experience with Roma in the Italian League before he left and Jose Mourinho took over in 2022, and he is also the current coach of French Lille.