Max Allegri wants his next job abroad, would you still take him?

Former Arsenal managerial target, Max Allegri has opened the door to the Premier League as he rejected the offer to take over at Cagliari before informing the club that he wants his next job to be outside of Italy, according to the club’s chief, via the Mail.

This would be good news to any team outside of Italy that is looking for a new manager with a proven record of winning titles and building a strong team.

He was deemed not good enough by Milan despite helping them win the 2010/2011 Serie A and their loss became Juventus’s gain.

The Italian was appointed Juventus manager in 2014 and he won five consecutive titles with the Old Ladies, despite serious competition from the likes of Maurizio Sarri, then of Napoli.

He was also a Champions League runner up on two occasions when he was the manager of the Old Ladies.

The Gunners now have a good manager in Mikel Arteta, we have been doing better than when we started the season since he became our manager.

However, the Spaniard still has to prove himself and this is just his first managerial position.

As an Arsenal fan, I think we need to start winning things as soon as possible and having a manager with a proven track record helps to achieve that.

I know that Mikel Arteta will be given a few more years to prove himself, but would you take Allegri at the end of next season if he was offered to Arsenal and Arteta had still won nothing?

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  1. brimzim says:

    Arteta is the future and he will deliver. Allegri can go to Dortmund he is a good coach.

  2. James says:

    Allegri won’t want to work under the conditions Arteta is willing too. Allegri will want to spend 100s of millions rebuilding the team. Arteta wants to use our youth setup and bringing in the best young talent. Allegri hasn’t really got a record of winning titles with players developed by the club. He tends to sell them on and use ghat money towards the massive wages Juve pay.

    Arteta is the best choice and was when we hired that “it wasn’t my fault Arsenal were in a relegation scrap” clown of a manager Emery. I’d stick with Arteta even if we won nothing in the next 2-3 years. Its the next 5-10-15 years that we need to build for

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