Administrator Massimiliano Allegri will leave Serie A bosses Juventus toward the finish of the period.
The 51-year-old Italian has won the alliance title in every one of his five seasons since assuming responsibility in 2014.
Juventus, who marked Cristiano Ronaldo the previous summer for £99.2m, achieved the quarter-finals of the Victors Class and Coppa Italia this season.
They have two group amusements remaining this season, beginning with Atalanta at home on Sunday.
A week ago Allegri said he was “entertained” at gossipy tidbits recommending he would leave Juventus, Serie A bosses for as far back as eight seasons.
“I appreciate perusing and hearing everything,” he said at the time.
“One week from now I will meet with the president. We will talk when all is said in done terms, as we do each year. Before Ajax I revealed to him I would remain.”
Allegri and club president Andrea Agnelli are set to talk at a news meeting on Saturday.
Allegri’s last diversion will be at Sampdoria on 26 May.