There has been plenty of speculation regarding the future of Arsene Wenger at Arsenal, with suggestions that the Gunners could look to move away from their long-serving boss this summer- despite the fact he only signed a two-year extension last year.
Plenty of names have been linked with a potential move to the Emirates Stadium but one man who fans will certainly be excited about the possibility of leading the Gunners side is Juventus boss Max Allegri, who has continuously been touted with a switch to the Premier League.
Both Arsenal and Chelsea are reported to be tracking the Italian boss ahead of a managerial upheaval at the end of the season and Allegri has handed both sides a boost, revealing to The Telegraph he plans to go abroad when his time in Turin comes to a close.
Asked about his future beyond Juventus, Allegri responded by stating:
“Certainly I will go abroad. In Italy, finished.”
Whilst he doesn’t give any indication as to when he believes his time with Juventus will come to a close, Arsenal will be pleased to hear that he’s open to the possibility of a move to the Premier League.