Massimiliano Allegri willing to replace Arsene Wenger at Arsenal should influential man secure summer exit
Juventus boss Massimiliano Allegri is ready to become Arsenal’s new boss as long as current boss Arsene Wenger departs the North London club in the summer.
Italian breaks news to friends
This is as per the Sun, who are saying that the Italian tactician has informed his associates that he is set to move to the club from Serie A giants Juventus, just as long as Wenger’s 22-year managerial reign ends in the summer.
The news publications are also claiming that Allegri is taking English lessons and that the Italian is scared that he could be sacked by Juventus in the summer.
This development will be seen as good for Arsenal fans, as most of the Emirates supporters are eager to see the French tactician call time on his Arsenal reign.
FA Cup success, not enough
In recent seasons, it’s been crystal clear to see that Arsenal have been struggling in the Premier League, with recent Emirates FA Cup success not enough to correct the wrongs.
This campaign, Arsenal have been dreadful, with them occupying the sixth position on the Premier League log and out of the Emirates FA Cup to lower league side, Nottingham Forest, it seems a UEFA Europa League success is the only achievement that can save Arsenal’s season from being the worst ever.
Should the Italian tactician take over as Arsenal manager from Arsene Wenger, it’ll be intriguing to see if the Juventus boss can help get the Emirates club back to their victorious days of old.