In both performances and transactions, the usual rumors can affect the price of the club's purse. That's exactly what happens for Juventus, which jumped more than 5% on Wednesday afternoon, following the rumors of the Italian press that sent Maurizio Sarri to the club in Turin. At around 16h, the action rose by 5.60% to 1.44 euros, with a market of 0.45%.
Angleli contacted Sarry
According to the Italian sports daily La Gazzetta dello Sport, Juventus president Andrea Annelli has contacted Maurizio Sarri, who is also a former coach of Napoli to question his availability next season.
Juve announced last week that Massimiliano Allegri, after five years on the Juventus bench, will no longer train the club next season. For five years he won five titles and four Italian Cups, but despite two finals he failed to win the Champions League.
For one year, the title of Juventus Turin, including the arrival of Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo, won 133%.