Juventus manager Max Allegri is being considered as a replacement for long-term Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger, should he step down at the end of this season, according to reports from The Sun.
The Old Lady’s manager’s agent has, as per the reports, been in contact with the north London club over succeeding the Frenchman, who has been in charge for two decades, and has heard ‘positive noises’ from The Emirates.
According to The Sun’s piece, Wenger is expected to end his tenure at the club at the end of this season, with the club’s preparations well underway should he go.
Allegri is supposedly set to leave the Juventus Stadium come the end of this term, with the Italian feeling that he does not get the respect or credit deserved from the press in Turin.
The former AC Milan manager is keen to make the switch to The Emirates and attempt to build his own dynasty so follow that of Arsene Wenger’s.