Arsenal appear to have laid out their plans for a summer which could see significant changes made at the club.

The Gunners have come under severe scrutiny in the past two to three months after going being Chelsea closest challengers in the title race to dropping out of the top four.

Arsene Wenger has shouldered a lot of the blame for collapse which has seen the FA Cup become  Arsenal’s only realistic chance of winning silverware this season.

The Frenchman has been rumoured to be on the verge of an exit, especially after Saturday’s 3-1 defeat against Liverpool.

And according to Metro via The Sunday Express, the club has now made the bold move of agreeing an early deal with Massimiliano Allegri for him to replace Wenger.

The report claims that Arsenal have reached a verbal agreement with the highly-rated Italian tactician, who has won back-to-back Serie A titles with Juventus, but he will become the next Gunners boss only if Wenger chooses to step down.

Rumours from earlier this week also suggested that Allegri had already informed some of his friends that he is likely to move to the Emirates stadium this summer.

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