Tag: Massimiliano Allegri
Juventus abandons plans to sign Thomas Partey from Arsenal due to his ongoing injury problems, shifting their focus to other potential midfield reinforcements.
Juventus considers the future of midfielder Kenan Yildiz amid Arsenal's €40 million interest, a pivotal moment for both clubs in the upcoming transfer window.
Juventus meets with representatives of Arsenal's Thomas Partey for a potential transfer, eyeing him as a replacement for the suspended Paul Pogba.
Arsenal fans react to rumours that Juventus striker Dusan Vlahovic has been offered to Arsenal. Mixed opinions emerge regarding the potential transfer.
Arsenal are reportedly keeping a close eye on Juventus striker Dusan Vlahovic, despite the Serbian's recent struggles with injury and poor form
Juventus apparently want to give Arsenal Weston McKennie in order to sign Albert Sambi Lokonga.
Aaron Ramsey is set to leave Juventus in January, according to his manager, but it probably won't be for Arsenal.
Massimiliano Allegri could ask Juventus to get him a new midfielder in the January transfer window and Granit Xhaka is apparently top of his list.
Massimiliano Allegri turned down the chance to manage Real Madrid because he had also turned down the chance to manage Arsenal and Chelsea.
Max Allegri has admitted he's learning English but insists he doesn't want to take a new coaching job until next year.
If Arsenal want Massimiliano Allegri to be their next manager then they will have to wait as the Italian finally speaks about his futue
Napoli's president reportedly had dinner with Massimiliano Allegri and came away from the meeting convinced the manager wants to work abroad for his next assignment.
In his weekly column on The Athletic, David Ornstein says that Arsenal could lean towards Max Allegri as the manager best placed to fix their awful defence but the Italian is said to have concerns about the quality of the Arsenal squad while Arsenal have worries of their own about him.
On Friday morning, Arsenal announced the news that Unai Emery had been sacked, and Freddie Ljungberg will take over on an interim basis.
While the ongoing saga around Granit Xhaka may have deflected some attention, there is little doubt that Arsenal manager Unai Emery is living on borrowed time.
Arsenal have identified their top targets to replace Unai Emery as head coach, if they make the decision to let the Spaniard go.
Le10Sport report that Arsenal could well move for Massimiliano Allegri, therefore stopping PSG signing him even though they currently have Thomas Tuchel.
In this edition of the Daily Cannon Arsenal podcast, Matthew and Helen talk managerial candidates, coaching changes, and the good, the bad and the ugly of ex-players.
David Ornstein says Mikel Arteta is the 'frontrunner' for the Arsenal job, and staff feel he is set to get it, but there are still whispers that Allegri isn't out of the picture.
In this edition of the Daily Cannon Arsenal podcast, Stephen flies solo. He's not overly confident over how Arsenal are conducting their search for...
Mikel Arteta 'greatly wants' the Arsenal job, so much so that he's already made plans for his backroom staff if he joins, according to reports.
Arsenal have now got three names left on their shortlist after Max Allegri ruled out leaving Juventus unless he was sacked.
Max Allegri will sit down with Juventus to discuss his future as he continues to be linked heavily with the Arsenal job but has said he will be at Juventus next season unless they fire him.
Unai Emery is the 'clear favourite' to replace Arsene Wenger, according to new reports in the English media.
Mikel Arteta and Max Allegri look to be the two leading candidates for the Arsenal job with the former Arsenal man said to be the favourite to get the job
Massimilino Allegri is Arsenal's number one target to replace Arsene Wenger, but the club will have to wait until May 20th to get a response from the Italian coach.
Antonio Conte wants a return to Juventus this summer according to a report in TuttoJuve which claims the Chelsea manager wants Massimiliano Allegri to ‘betray’ the Old Lady by moving to Arsenal.
Massimiliano Allegri couldn't pick a better time to leave Juventus, according to the Italian media, even though his recent comments make it sound like he's considering staying.
Arsenal have reportedly reduced their long short-list of people to replace Arsene Wenger to just three managers – Massimiliano Allegri, Patrick Vieira, and Mikel Arteta.
Former Juventus player Alessandro Orlando says the current boss of the Serie A champions would gladly leave to join Arsenal, if he gets the opportunity.
Massimiliano Allegri and Mikel Arteta are the two leading candidates to take over from Arsene Wenger this summer according to Chris Wheatley.
Juventus director Beppe Marotta expects Massimiliano Allegri to stay with the club this summer, whilst admitting they have talks planned for the end of the season.
Juventus are already looking for a replacement for Massimiliano Allegri, amid rumours of Arsenal interest in the manger to take over from Arsene Wenger.
Reports from Italy are claiming that Juventus have been in touch with Carlo Ancelotti regarding taking over at the club.
Zeljko Buvac is still the bookies' favourite to take over from Arsene Wenger at the end of the season, despite interviewing to become Eintracht Frankfurt's new manager.
Arsenal are reportedly ‘confident’ of landing Massimiliano Allegri this summer according to an Exclusive in the Daily Star which contradicts everything else we’ve been reading since Arsene Wenger announced his decision to leave Arsenal at the end of the season.
Arsenal senior executives consider Luis Enrique an 'inappropriate fit' for the club, and are turning to a number of others, including Maurizio Sarri, to replace Arsene Wenger.
Arsenal are largely expected to splash the cash on a defender and/or goalkeeper in the summer, but perhaps the long-needed managerial change will be the answer to the problems at the back instead.
The Arsenal board drew up a five-strong shortlist to send to Stan Kroenke in the event of Arsene Wenger's departure, according to reliable BBC journalist David Ornstein.
Massimiliano Allegri has been heavily linked with a number of top jobs this summer but the Juventus manager has no intention of going anywhere, meaning Arsenal could possibly snag him next summer.
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