The board of Premier League club Arsenal have started discussions with Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri over the possibility of him replacing current gaffer Arsene Wenger at the Emirates stadium.
Arsene Wenger’s two decades reign of handling the Gunners could come to an end at the end of the current season in the Premier League and the club wants an experienced tactician that will replace the Frenchman.
The 67-year-old manager is yet to be offered an extension amid suggestions that he will stand aside and Allegri’s representatives have been locked in talks with Arsenal hierarchy.
According to the report, Arsenal board and Allegri’s representatives have not reached an agreement but the discussions are in advanced stage.
Meanwhile, Juventus are on course for a hat trick of Serie A titles under Allegri who has until March 2017 to inform the Italian giants about his plans for next season.