Allegri 'furious' with Juventus for Cristiano Ronaldo's Man Utd transfer as he 'was not told about deal before return'

Allegri 'furious' with Juventus for Cristiano Ronaldo's Man Utd transfer as he 'was not told about deal before return'

JUVENTUS boss Max Allegri was said to have been left 'furious' about Cristiano Ronaldo's shock exit.

The returning Old Lady manager wasn't told that Ronaldo would be leaving the club when he agreed to come back, reports claim.

Allegri took over from Andrea Pirlo this summer after an incredibly successful first spell in charge of Juventus.

He won five straight Serie A titles and was tasked with getting Juve back on top in Italy after they lost their crown to Inter Milan last season.

But Ronaldo's stunning move to Old Trafford hasn't gone down well with the boss, reports say.

According to Il Giornale, Allegri is 'furious' with club president Andrea Agnelli and sporting director Federico Cherubini.

He reportedly told club bosses that 'these were not the agreements' when he agreed to return to the club.

Juventus have signed Moise Kean from Everton and Euro 2020 star Manuel Locatelli from Sassuolo this summer.


But Allegri is left with pretty much the same squad that Pirlo left him over the summer, minus Ronaldo of course.

Juventus have just one point from two matches to begin their Serie A campaign.

The Italian club released a statement a few days ago confirming the end of Ronaldo's three-year stay.

Juve also wrote of the 'incredible journey' that they shared with the Portuguese football icon, after going their 'separate ways'.

Their statement mentioned the 'unforgettable moments' that the club shared with Ronaldo.

And it concluded: "Today that bond born on July 10, three years ago, has been dissolved, but what has been written will forever remain. It has been an incredible journey."

Ronaldo made history last night by becoming the all-time leading international goalscorer.

He scored twice in a dramatic 2-1 win over Ireland with strikes in the 89th and 96th minutes.

They were his 110th and 111th goals for his country – passing the international record set by Iran's Ali Daei on 109.

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