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Massimiliano Allegri will not be taking over at clubs

Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri will not be taking over at clubs like Manchester City and Chelsea, who have been criticised by some for throwing money in order to buy success, according to his close friend, Leeds United ownerMassimo Cellino.

These clubs have benefited immensely from their rich owners and they have become potential Champions League title winners in the space of the few years. Allegri managed to build a team on a shoestring budget and take them to the final of the Champions League only to be beaten by Barcelona. Even though Juventus have begun the 2015-16 season in disappointing fashion, the stock of Allegri has risen immensely.

He has been linked with other managerial jobs which could potentially see him enjoy a significant increase in transfer budget. However, the former Milan manager wants to be a manager at a club where he will be loved rather than attack club where he is just a puppet in the hands of a rich man.Cellino maybe a close friend of Allegri, but he will struggle to attract him to Leeds United. The Championship club have been facing a huge fight to get out of the second division and it been a failure.

"If a club wants Massimiliano Allegri, you have to understand money is not the most important thing for him as a coach.If you want him, you have to convince Massimiliano with love, not money.Before he went to Juventus, Roma offered him double the money to go to them, but the project at Juventus appealed to his heart.He is interested in English football, and would like to manage here one day, and the English club for Massimiliano Allegri would be the one with the biggest heart, a club with a strong soul,” said the Leeds United owner.