Arsenal cut list of candidates to succeed Arsene Wenger

Massimiliano Allegri

"I have a contract with Juventus and, as we do every year, we will meet at the end of the season to plan the future".

With Juventus on the verge of making yet more history, the team's coach might just be looking overseas for more challenges.

Massimiliano Allegri has broken his silence over his future at Juventus with rumours gaining momentum that he could be a leading candidate to replace Arsene Wenger at Arsenal.

According to Express, he will talk with Juventus this summer regarding the links between him and Arsenal. "We need to have the clarity of mind to understand how to improve ourselves even more".

Allegri, who has won three Serie A titles and four Coppa Italia trophies with the Bianconeri, is yet to taste Champions League glory despite taking the club to the final in 2015 and 2017.

"At the end of the day, in football you need more than technique to win".

Juventus FCtopple AC Milan 4-0 to lift the Italian Cup for a fourth consecutive year.

Since Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger announced that he would be stepping down from his managerial position after 22 years on the job, the Gunners faithful were eager to know who the Frenchman's replacement would be.

It is said that Agnelli and the Juventus board have already nearly made peace with Conte since their misunderstanding in 2014 and if Conte does leave Chelsea, Juventus is the only place he will go to. He could follow in those footsteps again if Conte leaves Chelsea after a disappointing season with the London club.

"The last matches will decide everything", he said. Or Allegri could leverage being a wanted man into securing the resources he needs to keep Juve atop of Italian football while also progressing the squad to finally rule Europe for the first time since 1996.

"We will have a very motivated Milan in front of us because this is a fundamental objective for them, but we want to win".

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