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Today Juventus have suffered a loss to their city rivals Torino, but in any case there are no doubts about the fact that their new coach Massimiliano Allegri has had a great season, so, according to Tuttosport, he could even obtain a new contract: the 47-year-old –who is in great terms with the club’s General Manager Giuseppe Marotta- could extend his deal with the bianconeri until June 2018, and earn about 4 million euros for season. In the mid time, the Serie A defending champions keep on dealing with the situation of their midfielder Paul Pogba: the France international, who is about to recover from a muscular injury, is a concrete target for Real Madrid, who will loose Sami Khedira as a free agent and will sell Asier Illarramendi, and, most of all –as outlined by for Manchester City, who will have 275 million euros available for the next transfer market; the Piedmont’s club is not forced –thanks to the UEFA bonuses and the cooperation with FIFA and Adidas- to seel the Frenchman, but of course it won’t be able to avoid to evaluate an important offer.  
Inter Milan keep on seeking a new forward, and, as well known, one of their main targets for such position is Manchester City 25-year-old Stevan Jovetic: according to the English press, the Citizens are ready to let the Montenegro international join the nerazzurri on loan with right to buy.