Arsene Wenger’s time in charge of Arsenal could be set to come to an end if reports from Italian source CalcioMercato are to be believed.
They claim that Juventus boss Massimiliano Allegri has already informed friends that he will leave Turin for the North London club this summer.
Wenger has come in for a great deal of abuse in recent weeks as Arsenal look set to once again complete a season without a Premier League title, and their Champions League hopes in tatters after a 5-1 first leg defeat to Bayern Munich, and a new manager could be on the cards.
Allegri has been a big success since taking over as Juventus boss in 2014, helping the Old Lady of Italian football securing a domestic title in both his first two seasons in charge.
The 49-year-old also won a Serie A title whilst in charge of AC Milan and could be the ideal man to take the helm at the Emirates Stadium.
Wenger hasn’t won a domestic title since his Invincibles side of 2003/04 and bar a couple of FA Cup triumphs the Gunners’ trophy cabinet hasn’t seen much action for the past decade plus.
There is also a concern that Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez could leave the club if Arsene Wenger brings and end to his 21 year reign, with both attacking talents now in the last 18 months of their current deals.
Arsenal currently sit in fourth place in the Premier League table and face Liverpool in a tough encounter this weekend, a game Wenger must win in order to keep his side’s slim title hopes alive.
Wenger’s side are also still involved in FA Cup action as they take on non-league Lincoln City in the quarter-finals.