Juventus manager Max Allegri has revealed that he intends to win everything he can with the Italian side, then move on take over from Arsene Wenger in Arsenal this summer, per Calciomercato.

The report comes from his hometown of Livorno, where news have been circulating that the Italian boss let the story of him becoming the next manager at the Emirates while at dinner with friends.

Angered by the recent news with Leonardo Bonucci, it seems like this story is true, and it’s a message to the club, which the 49-year-old doesn’t believe defended him enough during Bonuccigate.

Who would Juventus replace the three-time Serie A winner with, the first Juve boss to reach a Champions League final since Marcello Lippi did the same back in 2003?

In scenario, who would the Serie A champions replace the three-time league winner with? Allegri is the first Juventus Coach to reach a Champions League final since Marcello Lippi did the same back in the 2003 season.

Exclusive report per Calciomercato.com and IlBianconero.com that the Old Lady’s search for a new boss had dramatically intensified because of this. The Turin outfits seem to have cease making an effort in bring in Paulo Sousa and Giampiero Gasperini (can he handle stars?), and settled on Luciano Spalletti.

The Roma manager is vexatious with the tension in Rome, by Francesco Totti and his wife overbearing roles, and has decided prolonging his deal, which has pissed the Giallorossi.

There’s one problem: Juventus president Andrea Agnelli is offended at Spalletti for turning him down several years ago, when the Certaldo native was coaching Zenit St. Petersburg.

It looks like Giuseppe Marotta, Fabio Paratici and Pavel Nedved will have to get the president to come round… in which case, Juventus would be signing a Coach who guarantees good football.