Juventus CEO Beppe Marotta has this evening discussed the future of manager Massimiliano Allegri at the club, amid heavy rumours that the Italian tactician could replace Arsene Wenger at Arsenal this summer.
As has been the talk of world football over the last couple of weeks, Gunners’ boss Arsene Wenger confirmed on the 20th of April that he is set to bring his 22-year spell in charge of the capital outfit to an end this summer:
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Following on from the flood of tributes from players, managers and pundits alike, thanking Wenger for what he has done for the game and wishing him well with his future endeavours, the other big story in the English media has surrounded who could be set to replace the Frenchman in North London this summer.
The likes of Brendan Rodgers, Carlo Ancelotti, Thierry Henry, Patrick Vieira, Thomas Tuchel, Mikel Arteta, Luis Enrique and Max Allegri have all been touted as potential arrivals at the Emirates, with a representative of the latter’s club having this evening spoken out over the future of the Italian tactician in Turin.
Speaking in an interview with RAI, Juventus CEO Beppe Marotta confirmed that the Bianconeri are set to enter into discussions with Max Allegri regarding his plans moving forward at the end of the season, with Marotta seemingly optimistic of the chances of the two parties continuing their partnership beyond this summer:
‘With Allegri we have a relationship that has worked and does work.’
‘After winning the Scudetto we’ll talk about the future, which I’m sure will be full of satisfactions together.’