It is not just the players this summer that is going to have a lot of speculation wrote about them changing club but also the managers. The most likely move at the top of the EPL is Arsene Wenger with the fans wanting a change so that the history of Gunners players bottling it at crucial times stops. It remains to be seen if a new man in charge will be able to stop this trend, especially if the club loses both Ozil and Sanchez in the summer transfer window. If Arsenal does change managers the hot favorite for his job at 12bet is Massimiliano Allegri. The manager is now in charge of Juventus who sit at the top of Serie A and seven points clear of nearest rivals Roma. It has been reported by Spanish media though that Barcelona is keeping tracks on the head coach with a view to signing him this summer.
It has been reported in the Italian back page rumors that Allegri is going to quit the club this summer. The manager will only have 12 months left on his current deal and believes it is the best time to move clubs. It has been claimed that talks have taken place between the Juventus manager and Arsenal with regards him becoming the new manager once Wenger leaves.Many ex-Arsenal players are saying that Wenger will leave during the summer but the French manager has rebuffed these claims. He plans on staying at The Emirates at least one more season but if the Gunners do not qualify for the Champions League the pressure may get too much. It all depends on if the Arsenal board can get their man to fill Wenger's large boots as if not it looks like it may well be another ground-hog day for the Gunners next campaign.
With Barcelona interested in Allegri becoming their next head coach it will be difficult for Arsenal to compete. The likelihood is that if Barca does want him to join them, he will go which will probably mean that Gunners fans will have another season with Wenger. If they can not get their number one target they are ready to wait at least one more year which may disappoint a number of Arsenal fans. The last time that Arsenal won the title was all the way back in 2004. It was the season of the Invincibles but since then they have been far from invincible. The same problems seem to happen every year and the fans are getting fed up. Many believe that with a different manager in charge they will finally win the title once again and blame Wenger's tactics along with fight as one of the major reason they have not achieve it once again.
The other possible targets on Arsenals radar for managers are Eddie Howe, Jorge Sampaoli along with Rafael Benitez. If the Gunners do change Wenger they will hope the transition goes better than Manchester United's did when Sir Alex Ferguson retired. The team has still not fully recovered and they have a long way to be known as the best team in England once again.