The Gunners are visually examining possible successors to the Frenchman at the Emirates,
and view the Juve manager as a congruous candidate to take the role.
Arsenal are targeting Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri as the long-term supersession of Arsene Wenger, according to The Sun.
Wenger has yet to concur an incipient deal with the Gunners, designating 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 denomination with the Italian giants, and his agent has reportedly already made contact with Arsenal.