Juventus manager MAX ALLEGRI has started learning English in a major boost to Arsenal and Chelsea who are chasing the Italian manager.
Both London clubs have identified Allegri as a replacement for Wenger and Antonio Conte.
Chelsea boss has had an absymal year at Stamford Bridge after failing to protect their Premier League title.
It has seen them crash out of the top four and it looks almost certain that Roman Abramovich is seeking a replacement for the Italian manager.
Arsene Wenger, on the other hand, has been under huge pressure and after failing to secure top-four finish once again could see leaving the Emirates Stadium after spending 21-years with the club.
And the bosses of the London duo have identified Juventus boss Allegri as their replacement, according to the Sun.
The Italian coach revealed this year that he could be seeking a new job abroad.
And the Sun have reported that the 50-year-old Italian manager is learning English ahead of a possible move to Premier League.
That will come as a major boost to Arsenal and Chelsea, although the Sun go on to report that Emirates Stadium are his preferred destination.