Massimo Allegri has once again given a response to rumours linking him with a move to Arsenal after the current season is over.
The future of Arsene Wenger has been put into doubt following Arsenal’s recent struggles in both the Premier League and Champions League.
Wednesday night’s 5-1 defeat to Bayern Munich has seen several fans, pundits and even former players call for the Frenchman to bring an end to his long reign at the club.
Thus, a host of names have continued to be linked with the managerial role at the Emirates stadium with just over three months remaining in the season.
One man who appears to be leading the race to become Arsenal’s next manager is Juventus boss Massimo Allegri.
The Italian has reportedly been identified as the main target on the list of Wenger’s potential replacements, but he has remained tight-lipped about the possibility of taking over the Gunners.
Even so, the 49-year-old insists he would not be completely new to the English language if he were to move to the Premier League.
“How’s my English?” Allegri said in an interview with Sky, as quoted by Football-Italia
“I started learning before Milan, now I’ve left it.
“They say I’ll go to Arsenal? You all say that, I just listen…”