Juventus have moved to replace Pirlo as their head trainer after an inauspicious 2020-21 season that has seen the club ousted as leaders of Serie A and battle to gain critical headway in the Champions League.
The Bianconeri completed fourth in the table, just getting Champions League capability in their last game, while they were shockingly taken out of Europe's premier club contest by Porto at the last-16 stage.
Pirlo figured out how to control Juve to accomplishment in both the Supercoppa Italiana and Coppa Italia, however that was adequately not to keep him in the work.
Allegri left in 2019 having gotten the Serie A title by a 11-point edge, his fourth first class win in succession, with the Turin club's Champions League battles - that saw them miss out to Ajax in the quarter-finals - seen as an essential justification his exit.
With Juve having neglected to altogether advance under either Sarri or Pirlo, they have now chosen for give control back to the 53-year-old, with an authority declaration to follow.
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