Juventus speak on Allegri replacing Wenger at Arsenal


Juventus are confident Max Allegri will continue with the Serie A side, despite his interest in replacing Arsene Wenger at Arsenal.

Allegri is open to moving to the Premier League club this summer, when Wenger leaves the Emirates.

But with Juventus on the brink of beating Napoli to the Serie A title, the club’s chief executive, Giuseppe Marotta, insists Allegri could stay in Turin.

“With Allegri we have a relationship that has worked and does work,” he told Rai Sport.

Juventus need a point against Roma on Sunday to be crowned champions.

However, they are virtually assured of lifting the trophy with Napoli six points behind and just two games remaining.


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