Arsenal Have Three Weeks To Decide Whether To Bring In Massimiliano Allegri

Juventus Coach Massimiliano Allegri.

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Arsenal are on high alert with Daily Star reporting Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri will make a decision on his future at the end of this month and he has given the north Londoners a three-week deadline to decide whether or not they want him to replace Arsene Wenger.

Italian media outlet TuttoJuve also claiming the in-demand Juve boss will take the final call very soon which could put more pressure on Wenger to make his mind up.

The veteran French tactician’s future at the Emirates is in serious doubt after Arsenal’s shameful defeat at the hands of Bayern Munich in the Champions League.

Over the past few weeks, several reports have suggested that Allegri has already held talks with Arsenal and will make his decision based on these talks.

Rumours say the 49-year-old Italian considers his time with Juventus is over and wants to leave the ball in the Serie A champions’ court, meaning it’s up to them to convince him to stay.

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Meanwhile, Wenger has refused to commit his future to the Emirates but made it clear he will manage next season, whether that would be at the Emirates or not.

A large portion of Arsenal fans is demanding Wenger’s exit following a run of poor results in recent weeks.

During this period, Alexis Sanchez also has hinted his desire to leave in the summer after reports claimed he is growing frustrated under the French boss.

Wenger dropped the Attacker during the Liverpool defeat following a reported training ground bust-up between Sanchez and his teammates. Mesut Ozil is another high-profile contract rebel who is yet to commit his future to the emirates, with David Ospina being linked with a summer exit.


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