The recent reports that Chelsea are believed to have targeted Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri as their next permanent manager has been met with a measure of excitement. But after what Allegri and The Old Lady did earlier today in Italy, that excitement may have been morphed into legitimate foaming at the mouth in anticipation of his arrival.
By beating Frosinone in a 2-0 away win, Juventus won their other-worldly 14th Serie A match in a row – a new club record.
Though Juventus are still neck-and-neck with Napoli for first place in the league, they are still very much alive as a Champions League contender .
Allegri joined Juventus in 2014 as the successor to Antonio Conte. In his first season as the club’s manager he won the Serie A title and Coppa Italia while finishing second in the Supercoppa Italia and the Champions League.
Chelsea fired manager Jose Mourinho after a poor start to the 2015-16 season, replacing him with Guus Hiddink as interim manager.
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