Allegri has been without a job since he stepped down as Juventus coach last May.
There might be a few job openings coming up and these five might fancy a crack at the Premier League...
Fabio Capello reckons Massimiliano Allegri should "go" to Manchester United if he gets the opportunity.
Max Allegri is reportedly 'very close' to agreeing a deal to replace Solskjaer as Man Utd's manager.
Massimiliano Allegri would reportedly be on Man Utd's shortlist if they replaced Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Max Allegri has reportedly set Man Utd a deadline to axe Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as he eyes up his job.
The Red Devils have only won two of their first seven Premier League matches this term.
It's another Arsenal Mailbox, this time asking why the most free agent on the manager market remains untouched.
Man United can only avoid becoming 'the new Arsenal' by sacking Solskjaer by October and getting Allegri in.
Massimiliano Allegri is "not particularly looking for a year off" after bringing his Juventus reign to a close.
"We talked... the club evaluated and decided it was best that I wouldn't be the coach next season."
Jose is presuming his record is enough to salvage his reputation. And is Larry White ever planning to work again?
Massimiliano Allegri will leave his position as Juventus head coach at the end of the season.
Massimiliano Allegri has insisted that Cristiano Ronaldo is "the future" of Juventus.
Man Utd were interested in Allegri and Dybala has been linked with Real. Not happening, apparently...
Just a couple of new defenders, a midfielder and a manager for Manchester United then...
Massimiliano Allegri has again indicated his intention to stay at Juventus amid Arsenal speculation.
Reported Arsenal target Max Allegri says he'll remain at Juventus next season - if they'll have him...
Two newspapers say Arsenal have a five-man shortlist. They both contain different names, mind.
Thoughts on Vieira and Allegri, managerial short-termism, Saints and the post-relegation exodus.
If Max Allegri is somehow still interested in Arsenal, there should be not a second's hesitation...
Massimiliano Allegri has broken his silence over his Juve future with Arsenal rumours gaining momentum.
Khedira pin drop at Anfield, Allegri to Arsenal, ins and outs at Chelsea this summer...
Allegri, Rodgers, Enrique, Paris Saint-Germain and Monaco. It's all in here...
The period of mourning over Wenger's exit has passed. Now begins the clamour to identify his replacement...
Wenger out, but who in? A decorated coaching veteran, or the rookie former Arsenal fans' favourite?
PSG have reportedly switched their attention to Max Allegri with Antonio Conte no longer their top choice.
Spurs identify a cheap replacement for Alderweireld, while Juve want a Utd defender rather than Bellerin.
Juventus have supposedly agree a five-year deal with Emre Can. Allegri responds to those claims.
There are a few reasons, according to one Mailboxer. And could Arsenal embark upon a 'Blackpool-like slide'?
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