​Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has rejected an approach to become the manager of ​Juventus according to a tweet from Italian journalist ​Tancredi Palmeri

Juve will be on the lookout for a new boss this summer with Allegri preparing to depart after five successful years with the Italian champions. With the Liverpool boss reportedly their first choice to replace the 5-time Scudetti winning Italian manager, the Bianconeri would feel downtrodden on the fact that they lost out on their prime target. 

With the Serie A giants looking to win their third Champions League title, and their first one since 1996/97, they purchased Cristiano Ronaldo, the competition's most successful player to date in the hope that he could inspire a campaign and help them win it. But they were stopped in the quarter finals by a tremendous Ajax side, brimming with energy and youth, and would therefore be disappointed, leading to them letting go of Allegri. 

Klopp led Borussia Dortmund to two Bundesliga titles before taking charge of Liverpool in 2015.

The 51-year-old is yet to land any major silverware during his time at Anfield, although the Reds ran Manchester City extremely close in the Premier League this season, while they will play their second successive Champions League final on June 1.

Klopp's current deal with the Merseyside giants will run until the end of the 2021-22 campaign.