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The 2023-24 season is getting closer to the end, but some of the most important European clubs are already working to appoint a new manager. In January, Liverpool's Jurgen Klopp announced his departure at the end of the current season, while a few weeks later, Thomas Tuchel and Bayern Munich announced that they would part ways in June. Other European clubs, like AS Roma and Lazio, have already changed coaches, since Jose Mourinho was replaced by Daniele De Rossi who is now likely to remain in charge for the next season while the city rivals appointed Igor Tudor after Maurizio Sarri resigned from his duties on March 12. 

Xabi Alonso surprised many and decided to stay at Bayer Leverkusen next season, leaving both Liverpool and Bayern Munich needing to look elsewhere for a potential manager, while FC Barcelona decided to sack Xavi Hernandez. Chelsea decided to part ways with Mauricio Pochettino and are again on the market for a new coach. 

Many others are still to make a decision: Juventus have sacked Massimiliano Allegri two games before the end of the 2023-24 season and are set to appoint Thiago Motta as new manager. Despite a contract going to 2025, Manchester United in the Premier League still need to discuss the future of Erik ten Hag. Other clubs will make their decision in the coming weeks, some of them will be expected while others will probably be surprising as it always happens before the summer transfer window. 

TEAM2023-24 managerDepartureReplaced byPossible replacements


Jurgen Klopp

End of the season 

Arne Slot--
West HamDavid MoyesEnd of the season
Julen Lopetegui --
ChelseaMauricio PochettinoEnd of the season --Roberto De Zerbi, Enzo Maresca, Thomas Tuchel 

Bayern Munich

Thomas Tuchel

End of the season 

--Vincent Kompany

AC Milan

Stefano Pioli 

End of the season 

--Paulo Fonseca, Roberto De Zerbi, Mark van Bommel

AS Roma

Jose Mourinho 


Daniele De Rossi --
Lazio  Maurizio Sarri 3/12/2024Igor Tudor --
JuventusMassimiliano Allegri5/17/2024Caretaker managerThiago Motta 
Napoli Francesco CalzonaEnd of the season --Antonio Conte, Stefano Pioli, Massimiliano Allegri 
BolognaThiago Motta End of the season
--Maurizio Sarri, Stefano Pioli, Vincenzo Italiano