Allegri big demands to Juventus amid Arsenal, Chelsea links

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"We will talk about the future after the end of the season, we want him to stay, I am sure there is a bright future ahead of us".

Massimiliano Allegri insists he will sit down with the Juventus board at the end of the season and start planning for next season, amid reports linking him with the manager's job at Arsenal.

Allegri could have afforded himself a wry smile on Wednesday after comprehensively beating AC Milan 4-0. "We need to have the clarity of mind to understand how to improve ourselves even more".

It will be the seventh domestic double in the grand history of Juventus FC but the fourth which Max Allegri has won in his four years in charge of the club.

"I am at one of the most decorated teams in the world, we are coming from an important period of victories, winning again is always hard and you need to always build to try and win on all fronts".

It is said that Agnelli and the Juventus board have already nearly made peace with Conte since their misunderstanding in 2014 and if Conte does leave Chelsea, Juventus is the only place he will go to.

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The Daily Mirror is reporting that the Spanish head coach is set to be ditched after the former FC Barcelona manager asked for a hefty wage to succeed Arsene Wenger at Arsenal.

Allegri has taken Juventus to another level.

Chelsea are also unlikely to be able to offer top-tier European football to Conte's successor next season and are constrained by the costs of a stadium rebuild.

It is believed that Pep Guardiola is "desperate" to keep Arteta at the club, but he could be powerless if Arsenal are to come calling.

Goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon remains calm, according to Marotta, despite recent controversy surrounding the comments he made towards referee Michael Oliver, after the Englishmen awarded Real Madrid a penalty against Juventus in the Champions League.

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