Wednesday, October 28, 2020

EXCLUSIVE: Allegri Will Not Consider Arsenal Job

Arsene Wenger lead his beloved Arsenal out one last time at the weekend before he turns to a new chapter in his career. One manager who will not be replacing him is Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri. 

Lazy Fan Sports understand that Massimiliano Allegri has removed himself from negotiations with Arsenal Football Club after initial talks were incredibly far apart.

Allegri wants full control over transfers and the required funds to go after whoever he likes. Arsenal has stood firm in their position not to allow their new manager to dictate their financial situation and will not offer any guarantees regarding player signings and expenses.

Unai Emery could be of interest to Arsenal this summer, however. 

LFS now fully expect Massimiliano Allegri to sign an extended deal with current club Juventus in the Serie A.

Allegri was born in 1967 in Livorno. He played professionally since he was 17 years old for a number of clubs ranging from Livorno to Pescara, Perugia, and Napoli (a total of 13 clubs in his professional career). He played as a midfielder and scored 56 goals during his 19 year career. He retired from professional football in 2003 when he was playing for Aglianese.

It is a simple process from Allegri’s point of view.

As a manager, he will want clarity over; Management structure, the role itself, club expectations, any style of football required, realistic changes to playing personnel and of course previous actions against former managers.

It is understood that Allegri has an issue with the style of football, management structure and the changes he will be allowed to make.

Allegri nearly joined Manchester United as a replacement for Louis Van Gaal (which was initially supposed to take place this summer), however, he removed himself from talks with United over hearing about the treatment of Van Gaal by the United fans and board. 

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