While Luca Toni advised Max Allegri to come to Man Utd, Lothar Matthaus wanted to bring him to Bayern Munich.
Along with Jose Mourinho and Arsene Wenger, Allegri is one of three bright candidates for an empty seat at Bayern. The Italian has the advantage of having won six Serie A in nine years and twice brought Juventus into the Champions League final.
Bayern currently have no head coach after firing Nico Kovac. The 1–5 loss to Frankfurt last weekend caused Bayern to fall to fourth in the Bundesliga after 10 rounds, like a drop of water.
Capello advised Allegri to choose Man Utd over Bayern
Veteran coach Fabio Capello thinks Massimiliano Allegri can match Bayern Munich but should wait patiently for the opportunity from Man Utd.
Bayern Munich on November 4 announced the dismissal of coach Niko Kovac, just one day after the 1-5 defeat at Frankfurt. Many sources in Germany claim that Allegri is the top target for the hot seat at the Allianz yard. In addition to former Juventus strategist, “Gray Lobster” also considers options such as Arsene Wenger, Jose Mourinho, Erik ten Hag and Ralf Rangnick.
Allegri has an impressive track record of leading Milan and Juventus for more than a decade. He helped Milan win domestic double in 2011 and then won consecutive Scudetto with Juventus. Along with the black and white striped shirt team, Allegri also has two Champions League finals in 2015 and 2017.
Capello also led Juventus and Milan. The 73-year-old strategist won four Serie A championships with Milan, once with Roma and twice with Juventus. Capello’s titles with Juventus were later stripped of the Calciopoli match-fixing scandal. But Capello and Allegri are still considered as two of the most successful coaches in the tournament’s history.