Max Allegri could pen Juventus extension
Arsenal target Max Allegri is open to the possibility of extending his stay at Juventus only if they agree to all his demands by the end of the month.
The former AC Milan coach has been linked with the Gunners post for next season with Arsene Wenger likely to end his 21-year reign with the north London club.
Though Allegri has continuously snubbed reports over a move to the Emirates, there is said to be a rift between him and his current club.
Allegri has had his odd fallout with the Old Lady players during the ongoing campaign, but the Serie A holders still maintain an interest in keeping hold of his services.
The 49-year-old is said to demand a fresh four-year contract on wages of around £4.35m a year while he is expecting to have full control over first-team affairs - something he would have in hand at Arsenal.
Allegri is alleged to verbally agreed to replace Wenger, and Juventus' reluctant to accept to his demands could urge him to join the Premier League giants this summer.