Arsenal Have Reached Agreement With First Summer Signing

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Arsenal have reached an agreement with Maximiliano Allegri to replace Arsene Wenger at the end of the season, according to The Express.

The report claims Allegri has been in talks with Arsenal over the possibility of replacing Arsene Wenger who could step down at the end of the season.

The Italian is one of the four managers on the Gunners’ shortlist and he has now emerged as the man to take over the reigns at the Emirates should Wenger decide to step down.

Allegri has reportedly reached a verbal agreement with Arsenal that he would move to North London at the end of the season. The two-time Serie A winner is now waiting for Wenger to decide if he will stay at Arsenal or not.

Arsenal chiefs priority remain to keep Wenger beyond the current campaign but the French man’s reluctance to give any indication if he will stay or not has left the club in a critical situation. To avoid being caught unaware, we have moved to secure Allegri’s services.

Allegri who has been learning English for quite some time has never hidden his desire to manage in the Premier League and he is keen to take up the opportunity this summer after falling out with a number of senior players at Juve.

Reports claim, he is already preparing himself for next season and has drawn up a shortlist of top targets which he will like to bring to the Emirate with him.

The Italian who has won two consecutive Serie A titles is on course to win his third league title and will definitely be a quality signing for us. He already has a track record of winning titles at the top level which makes him a perfect replacement for Wenger.

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