Massimiliano Allegri expressed his interest in managing Arsenal after the ongoing season. Arsene Wenger’s contract is coming to an end at the end of this season and this could be his last year at Arsenal, the club he has been managing for almost the last two decades.
Allegri replaced Antonio Conte at Juventus and since then he has won two Serie A titles in two consecutive years.
The 49-year-old reportedly has a very poor relation with the Italian press and he thinks he doesn’t get the necessary recognition what he should have gotten.
Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe, RB Leipzig boss Ralph Husenhuttl and Atletico Madrid boss Diego Simeone are among the candidates the Gunners has been considering to replace Wenger.
Allegri could be the solution to Arsenal’s UEFA Champions League worries. The Gunners have failed to get past beyond the last 16 stage of the prestigious competition for the last couple of years.
The Italian helped Juventus to reach the final of Champions League in 2015 and that’s why he could be the right candidate to fill Wenger’s void.
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