Inter Milan are interested in bringing Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri to the Giuseppe Meazza, according to the Corriere Della Serra.
The Italian newspaper reports that Inter’s owners the Suning Group have grand ambitions for the club and are seeking a high profile manager to go along with their investment in the playing squad this summer.
Current boss Stefano Pioli has overseen the steadying of the ship after the sacking of Frank De Boer earlier in the campaign. The Italian side are currently sixth, six points off Napoli in the last Champions League spot.
Juve’s Allegri has reportedly become unsettled in Turin, and Calciomercato.com reported yesterday that he had told close friends that he would be joining Arsenal in the summer, but such a development seems premature.
Manager Arsene Wenger has yet to decide on whether to sign a two year contract extension to stay at the Gunners, but his future could lead to a domino effect. Inter are also reportedly interested in Wenger if he does leave the Emirates, the Corriere Della Serra reports, and it seems only a decision by the Arsenal boss about his future will resolve the current uncertainty.