Juventus manager Max Allegri has agreed to leave the club at the end of the season after he became more and more discontent with life in Turin, according to reports from Italian outlet Calciomercato.
The former AC Milan manager has repeatedly been mooted as a potential successor to Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger and, amidst an outburst from supporters in the wake of their defeat to Chelsea, the club are reportedly considering their options should the Frenchman walk out in the summer.
Gunners fans reacted in a more vicious manner than ever before after they watched their side get thumped 3-1 by runaway Premier League leaders Chelsea last weekend, resulting in question marks over Wenger’s future.
Wenger has been in charge in north London for over two decades, however, with another title challenge seemingly over for another year, fans are reaching breaking point.
Other managers linked with the hot seat at The Emirates are Borussia Dortmund’s Thomas Tuchel and Monaco’s Leonardo Jardim.