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Massimiliano Allegri Once Again Turns down Arsenal Speculation

Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri has once again turned down on the speculation that he is set to leave Italian football in the summer in order to join Arsenal.

The gunners are expected to undergo a managerial change for the first time since 1996, as manager Arsene Wenger is widely expected to step down from his role at the end of the campaign.

There has been increasing calls for the Frenchman to step down from his role after an incredible four run of form has led to the team not only facing yet another season of top four mediocrity, but failure in the Champions League at the last 16 stage.

A 5-1 loss against Bayern Munich has left the team on the verge of an exit from the competition in the upcoming second leg. Allegri has been winning the league ever since he was appointed as the Juventus managed a couple of years ago. Hence, there has been a speculation that he may want to try out a new challenge. A number of Italian managers have been successful in English football with the most recent being Claudio Ranieri, Carlo Ancelotti, and Antonio Conte.

As a result, speculation has mounted about Allegri being the replacement for Wenger. For the time being, the 49-year-old has rejected such speculations.

"How's my English? I started learning before [my time at] Milan -- now I have left it. They say I will go to Arsenal? You all say that, I just listen. I will decide my future in March or April. I don’t know which one. I do not know the board’s opinion on my future, it is not one of my priorities. The team is what is important. I certainly do not feel that I have had enough. Whatever happens I will continue managing next season, whether it is here or somewhere else,” said Allegri.