Arsene Wenger's Replacement Reportedly Already Agreed
Arsene Wenger's future as Arsenal boss continues to be subject to intense speculation following the growing amount of fan backlash.
And it appears Juventus boss Max Allegri is reportedly in line to takeover the French stalwart in the summer.
The experienced Italian gaffer has been linked with the position and has apparently even told his friends that he is set to become their new manager.
(Could this man replace Wenger at the Emirates dug-out?)
Per Calciomercato, the 49-year-old will make the managerial switch to the Premier League in the summer, ending Wenger's association with the club.
Allegri's post has also come under doubt following a few incidents involving his own players. Which includes Juve stars and big dressing room players Paulo Dybala and Leonardo Bonucci.
(Here's Ray Parlour getting merky with grime artist Stormzy:)
(Video via Talk Sport)
The Argentine playmaker snubbed Allegri's hand after he dragged him off during a Serie A meeting, while fallen out with the Italian defender.
Not to mention feeling the lack of support from the clubs hierarchy.
(The anti-Arsene brigade has been growing this campaign)
Reports indicate that Allegri has notified his friends on his impending departure though remains hellbent on winning as much possible before seeking a move to England.
As for his successor, it's believed they are lining up AS Roma's Luciano Spalletti who has threatened to quit his role if club legend Francesco Totti isn't awarded a new one-year deal.
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