Juventus coach unhappy with decision to allow Cristiano Ronaldo join Manchester United

According to Italian media outlet Il Giornale via Daily Mail, Juventus head coach Massimiliano Allegri is unhappy with the decision of the Italian side to allow Cristiano Ronaldo join Manchester United.

Ronaldo left Juventus after three years and sealed a return to the Red Devils last Friday in a deal worth £19.4million.

Following Ronaldo’s transfer to Manchester United, Allegri reportedly told Juventus president Andrea Agnelli and sporting director Federico Cherubini that ‘these were not the agreements’ when he accepted a proposal to re-join the club.

Ronaldo was Serie A’s top scorer last season with the 29 goals and Allegri has now been left angry as he is set the task of replacing Ronaldo’s goals after an overwhelming transfer window.

Juventus brought in Everton’s Moise Kean on deadline day to fill the gap left by Ronaldo.

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