The presence of Massimiliano Allegri at Arsenal next season could help sway the decision of a top summer transfer signing, according to calciomercato.com.
Real Madrid striker Alvaro Morata is believed to be seeking a move at the end of the season after failing to break into Zinedine Zidane”s starting eleven on a regular basis.
It seems that the 24 year old is looking for a club and a manager with whom he feels trusted. Chelsea are said to be the other Premier League club in the running for Morata, and as Antonio Conte signed the Spaniard for Juve back in 2014, it seems like the Italian could sign the forward once again.
If Arsene Wenger does depart Arsenal this summer however, and Allegri arrives from Juventus, Morata may have a more difficult choice to make.
The current Juve manager spent two years coaching Morata, aiding his development into becoming a senior Spain international, and it seems that the Italian could hold greater influence than Conte if Morata leaves the Bernabeu. Whether that means a return to Turin if Allegri remains at the Bianconeri, or at the Emirates, it remains to be seen.