Date: 30th December 2016 at 9:54am
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It probably isn’t going to be known what Arsene Wenger’s future with Arsenal will be until the end of the season – when his deal with us of course ends.

However, it could be the Gunners boss is coming to the end of his long-term spell in charge and will head for pastures new.

According to a report in the Sun Juventus boss Massimiliano Allegri is seen as a potential option to replace the Frenchman at the Emirates Stadium in the summer.

The 49 year old will reportedly step down at the Italian champions when the season comes to an end with a ‘lack of respect’ cited from the local media behind such a decision – I’m not convinced he would find the English media any more welcoming mind!

It’s claimed Allegri has ‘discussed the prospect’ of replacing Wenger via his agent with him then intent on creating his own 10 year dynasty at Arsenal.

RB Leipzig’s Ralph Hasenhuttl and Bournemouth’s Eddie Howe are also mentioned as potential Wenger replacements – assuming change is actually seen at Arsenal…

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