Allegri moves up Arsenal shortlist?

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PRESTON, ENGLAND - JANUARY 07: Arsene Wenger, Manager of Arsenal looks on during the Emirates FA Cup Third Round match between Preston North End and Arsenal at Deepdale on January 7, 2017 in Preston, England.

Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri is reportedly making big demands of his club if he is to stay on instead of taking jobs at Arsenal and Chelsea. "After the completion of the Scudetto we will talk about the future, which I am sure will be full of success together".

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.

However, following Juve's triumph on Wednesday, Allegri alluded to remaining in Turin rather than heading to the Premier League, as he laid out his targets for next season.

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Allegri joined Juventus in the summer of 2014 after Conte had left the post at the helm of the bianconeri affairs due to a fight that he had with Andrea Agnelli. Juventus boss Allegri has indicated his interest, but the Italian club - set to win their seventh consecutive Serie A title and fourth in a row under him - also want to keep him and are prepared to offer a new contract.

We are on very good terms with him.

The Old Lady hammered AC Milan 4-0 in the Coppa Italia final and have the chance to wrap up the league title this weekend with Arsenal understood to make an approach once Juve have put the season to bed. He's not afraid to play "boring" football in order to get points on the table, which is ideal for the Premier League. "We need a clear understanding of how to improve again".

They now occupy fourth in the Bundesliga this campaign, and could confirm their place back in Europe's top competition with a win in their final league game against Dortmund on Saturday.

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