Massimiliano Allegri has spoken about his future after the Juventus boss secured yet another trophy for his club (via The Mirror).
Arsenal need to make the right decision when it comes to the matter of replacing Arsene Wenger this summer.
The Frenchman has been in charge of the club for over decades and there is a feeling that this appointment will take Arsenal one of two ways.
Some talented managers have been linked with the position but the target perhaps most sought after from Arsenal fans is Massimiliano Allegri.
The Juventus boss led his side to a 4-0 win in the Coppa Italia final last night and have effectively secured the Serie A title.
It will be the seventh domestic double in the grand history of Juventus FC but the fourth which Max Allegri has won in his four years in charge of the club.
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After the match, Allegri was asked about his plans for next season and seemed to hint that he will be staying with the Italian giants.
“We must win the title and then fight for the next title,” he said after the match. “I have a contract with Juve and as every year we will meet at the end of the season to plan the future.
“It will be necessary to have the clarity to understand how to improve ourselves, to win back-to-back is always difficult and we must always build to try to win on all fronts.”
Max Allegri would be an excellent appointment for Arsenal and it seems as if the Italian is admired by the club. However, if he is unwilling to leave Juventus then the Gunners will have to look elsewhere. Another Serie A boss, Maurizio Sarri would be a fine appointment as would the likes of Leonardo Jardim or Julian Nagelsmann.