Arsenal are still in talks with Juventus manager Max Allegri over a potential deal to bring the Italian in as a replacement for Gunners legend, Arsene Wenger, according to reports from the Express.
Questions have been raised over the future of the Juve boss in Turin, with the former Milan boss growing frustrated with the lack of respect being shown to him by the press in Italy.
The Express claim that the Gunners are in advanced talks with Allegri, however, there have also been reports this month that the club are set to hand their French manager a two-year extension in March.
Furthermore, north London rivals Tottenham are also believed to be interested in the services of the Juve manager, as they fear that former Southampton and Espanyol boss, Mauricio Pochettino, could be off to Barcelona in the summer.
The 49-year-old has title winning pedigree, with two Serie A titles to his name as well as consecutive Italian Cup wins with the Old Lady.