Juventus to appoint Man City boss Guardiola as their new coach on June 4

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Man City boss, Pep Guardiola will reportedly be named as replacement for out-gone Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri on June 4.

According to Give Me Football citing Agenzia Giornalistica Italia (AGI), the Spaniard, who guided Manchester City to treble win this season, has agreed a four-year deal, valued at about €24m per season.

In addition, the report further revealed that the former Barcelona manager will sign the dotted lines on June 4, with his official unveiling coming up 10 days.

“That corresponds to the line run by Radio Sportiva, as well as Onda Cero’s claim that the Catalan was in Milan on Tuesday talking to Fabio Paratici,” a release from Football Italia read in part.

Interestingly, the Italian champions have removed Friday, June 14, for sale of tickets to fans into the J-Museum and tour the Allianz Stadium, which is the same day that Guardiola is expected to be presented to the fans.

The 48-year-old Guardiola joined Man City in 2016 and has improved the Citizens style of play, guiding them to major silverware in three years, which include two Premier League titles and the FA Cup.

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