Arsenal considering Italian manager as Unai Emery replacement

Former Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri has reportedly indicated at a preference between the Gunners and Man United as he eyes up to his next job. The 52-year-old manager was a big success at Bianconeri before leaving at the end of the last campaign and has also previously won major honours at AC Milan.

Max was recently linked with Gunners, though he has major reservations about taking the job due to the quality of the squad at the Emirates Stadium. By contrast, Allegri is very interested in possibly taking over from Ole Gunnar Solskjaer at Old Trafford.

It’s claimed the Italian coach views Man United as the ideal next big job for him, though one has to question his logic here. While Red Devils maybe a slightly bigger name than Gunners, they don’t look in better shape at the moment by any stretch of the imagination, despite spending a great deal more on transfers in recent times.

There looks to be no direction at Theatre of Dreams at the moment, and Max would probably do well to remain away from both clubs in their current states. It might also be fair to say that fans of both Man United and Gunners might feel Allegri’s style of football isn’t ideal for them and their attacking traditions anyway.

Arsenal have terrible consequences in the Premier League this season as they are in a 8th place in the table. Gunners heavily linked with Juventus centre-back Merih Demiral, Leicester City defender Caglar Soyuncu, Bayer Leverkusen playmaker Kai Havertz and Ajax shot-stopper Andre Onana.