- Unai Emery's sack has been linked with Arsenal hiring former Juventus manager Max Allegri
- It is understood that the Gunners hierarchy has been in talks with the Italian gaffer
- Allegri won five Serie A titles with the Bianconeri and qualified for two Champions League finals
Unai Emery's sack has got Arsenal talking with Massimiliano Allegri as their next manager, according to reports
The Spanish manager was sacked by the London outfit on Friday, November 29, after series of poor results.
Arsenal have now gone without a win in seven matches, their worst run in 27 years and their latest 2-1 loss to Frankfurt in the Europa League ended Emery's 18-month term with the Gunners.
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But according to Sky Sports Allegri has already held talks with bigwigs with the Emirates outfit
Allegri's record in Serie A with Juventus was impressive winning five titles during his spell with the Turin giants.
The Italian tactician also guided the Bianconeri to the Champions League final twice in 2015 and 2017.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Unai Emery's sack has brought about Nuno Espirito Santo being tipped to take over from the Spanish boss at the Emirates.
But the Portuguese manager has refused to comment on speculation linking him with the job after Emery was shown the door.
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