Al-Nassr preparing official bid to sign Cristiano Ronaldo’s former manager
Al-Nassr is preparing an official bid to sign captain Cristiano Ronaldo’s former manager, Max Allegri.
Recall that Al-Nassr sacked their manager, Rudi Garcia, mid-season, and under-19 coach Dinko Jelicic is currently in charge of the Saudi Pro League club.
The Riyadh-based side is expected to appoint a new manager in the summer.
According to journalist Rudy Galetti, Al-Nassr is preparing an offer for Allegri, who coached Ronaldo during his previous stint at Juventus.
When Ronaldo arrived at Juventus in 2018 from Real Madrid, Allegri was the man in charge of the Old Lady.
The Portugal captain played 44 matches under Allegri, scoring 28 goals and registering 11 assists.
Allegri left Juventus in 2019 but was re-appointed as manager in May 2021.
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