The Gunners are looking at possible successors to the Frenchman at the Emirates, and view the Juve manager as a suitable candidate to take the role
Arsenal are targeting Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri as the long-term replacement of Arsene Wenger, according to The Sun.
Wenger has yet to agree a new deal with the Gunners, meaning Allegri could be appointed during the summer when his own contract with Juventus runs out.
The 49-year-old has a 69 per cent winning record with the Old Lady, claiming the Serie A and Coppa Italia double in both of his seasons at the club so far.
However, he may seek to move on from Juventus Stadium if he wins a third successive league title with the Italian giants, and his agent has reportedly already made contact with Arsenal.