There are skepticism over the future of Arsene Wenger and several names have been thrown into the fray as end of his current contract is in sight.
Max Allegri threatened to quit Juventus this week if Leonardo Bonucci was not suspended for insulting him, according to reports in Italy.
The former AC Milan boss, who is believed to be a top target for Arsenal should Arsene Wenger decide to leave the club, was involved in a heated row with the centre-back, which saw Alllegri scream ‘shut up, dickhead. F**k off’ at his player during the 4-1 win over Palermo.
Bonucci was subsequently fined and suspended by the club and missed their Champions League clash with Porto on Wednesday.
And Italian paper La Repubblica have revealed the decision was taken after Allegri told club bosses he would quit unless they took action.
Bonucci did not offer an apology to his manager in front of the squad until Wednesday, five days after the argument.
There are also question marks over the Italy international’s future in Turin, with Chelsea ready to capitalise on the situation with a world-record bid.