Arsene Wenger is nearing the end of his career his Arsenal but there is no telling who will eventually replace him.
LEONARDO BONUCCI says he doesn’t know if Max Allegri will leave Juventus – but he’s planning on staying in Turin.
Allegri has been heavily linked with a move to Arsenal in the summer.
Arsene Wenger is feeling the heat at the Emirates and is yet to be offered a new deal.
It’s been suggested that the Frenchman, who’s spent two decades at the club, could be replaced by Allegri.
When quizzed about his own future and his boss’, Bonucci made it clear that he’s happy in Italy.
However, the centre back was unsure about whether Allegri will stay put.
“I don’t know if the boss will go to the Premier League, but I’m owned by this club and the club will decide whether or not to sell me. I hope to honour the contract,” he said.
But the Serie A heavyweights resisted pressure to sell their prized asset.
The Premier League duo might test Juve’s resolve again, though.
Bonucci will turn 30 in May and an offer in excess of £40m could be hard to turn down.