Arsenal are set for wholesale changes at the Emirates Stadium this summer after a disappointing campaign, with the biggest alteration set to come in management as Arsene Wenger steps aside after 22 years at the helm.
The Gunners have started to identify a number of potential replacements for the Frenchman in the market, with one leading candidate being Juventus boss Massimiliano Allegri – who has just guided the Turin giants to the Coppa Italia crown and looks set to win his fourth Serie A title in a row.
Speculation has suggested that the 50-year-old Italian will seek a new challenge this summer and Allegri was pressed on his future after the 4-0 victory over AC Milan on Wednesday, where he refused to rule out a summer switch.
“I’m not thinking about my future. I have a contract with Juventus and as we do every year at the end of the season we will meet up to discuss the future of the club.”