Allegri Set For Juve Talk Amid Arsenal Interest

Allegri Set For Juve Talk Amid Arsenal Interest

Allegri Set For Juve Talk Amid Arsenal Interest

Massimiliano Allegri has dismissed suggestions that his work is done at Juventus amid ongoing links with the Arsenal job. Buvac, known as "the Brain" among Klopp's coaching staffs, has reportedly left Liverpool to continue further talks but neither he nor Vieira and Arteta hold experience of managing such an esteemed football club from the front.

Arsene Wenger gives a heartfelt press conference where he reflects back on his career with Arsenal and what he hopes for the club moving forward.

Arsenal are said to be keen to have the Italian coach take over from the soon to be departed Arsene Wenger, whereas Chelsea also see him as a viable candidate to replace his countryman Antonio Conte, who is widely expected to leave Stamford Bridge this summer.

He has been successful at the club, having led Die Kraichgauer to the Champions League in 2017; the first time the club have achieved that in their history.

"We talk about Allegri, Ancelotti, Luis Enrique..."

Arsenal invincible's captain Vieira who now manages New York City in the Major League Soccer would be a popular choice among the fans, while Manchester City coach Arteta, who also wore the armband for the club, has big support within the Emirates hierarchy.

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Arsene Wenger simply can not discipline his players anymore, although it was a strength of his in the early days.

"But if they want to start with a new project, it's Vieira or Arteta". Plenty of names have been in the hat to replace Wenger as the suspense builds with every passing day.

"Mikel is not a number one, although I think he has learned a lot under Pep Guardiola as he is one of the best managers".

Neither Arsenal nor Chelsea may offer such an opportunity given how the Gunners have missed out on qualifying for next season's UEFA Champions League and the Blues could still fail to secure a place in the competition.

"I don't know if Allegri will stay, you should ask him", he told La Gazzetta dello Sport.

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