Massimiliano Allegri outlines managerial return plan amid Man Utd links

Massimiliano Allegri has revealed he wants to be back in work for the start of next season as speculation continues over his next job.

Manchester United have been heavily linked with the Italian in the past.

And Red Devils chiefs are now aware the former Juventus winner is on the hunt for a new project this summer.

Speaking this week at his book launch, Allegri made the statement when quizzed over his next job.

"There is nothing with PSG. I am in Paris just to present my book," he said.

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“In September I need to come back. If I don’t I’ll get too used to being on holiday and I’ll never work again!

“I still have three more months of holiday and that’s good for me.

“I won’t speak about my future, because there isn’t anything to talk about for now, and also because it would be disrespectful to the other coaches to do so.”

United remain behind Ole Gunnar Solskjaer at present.

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But the Norwegian has been under pressure of late after a turbulent set of results.

United are still in the hunt for European football next term but failure to secure it could see Solskjaer removed for other targets.

Mauricio Pochettino is another name that continues to be touted with the Old Trafford job.

But Allegri has been learning English in recent months.

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“I learn English for my personal culture, because when I go I can’t communicate,” he continued this week.

Solskjaer will be hoping United can continue their upturn in form this weekend as they welcome Watford to Old Trafford.

The relegation-threatened side caused an upset in the reverse fixture, winning 2-0 at Vicarage Road.

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