​Former ​Juventus manager, Massimiliano Allegri already has a deal in place to manage a "great English club" as per a report in the ​Mirror, with the publication not naming the club amid links to the ​Manchester United post.


Allegri who has been on a break ever since he left Juventus last summer after five-trophy laden years has been linked with a number of top European clubs since then, though he has yet to confirm on his future.



Recently it was claimed that Juventus wanted him back following their inconsistent displays under Maurizio Sarri while another of his former clubs in ​AC Milan too wanted were linked with him - though it has been claimed that he has his sights set on managing a club in the Premier League.


While the club in question remains unclear, many believe that it could be United who for their part have maintained that current boss, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will be given time to build the side and mould it as per he sees fit.


Of the other top clubs, it is unlikely that the likes of ​Manchester City​Chelsea​Arsenal and ​Tottenham Hotspur would be looking to change their managers at the moment considering that all of them have backed their appointments atleast for the near future.