Allegri has just delivered the Scudetto and domestic cup double for a fourth straight season, and he is now one of the favourites to replace Arsene Wenger at Arsenal, despite recent comments claiming he is not thinking of leaving Turin.
[I would take] a project that is solid, which makes sense, which has the means to fulfil (sic) its ambitions too, because, well.at my age, I can't work over 20 years.
"If they [Juve's directors] do not send me away, I think I will stay at Juve next year", he said.
'In the last few weeks we have played well.
'It looks good for the future and I'm sure next season is going to be a good one for us'.
However, Sky Sports News understands Manchester City assistant coach Mikel Arteta is now the favourite for the role.
"Not really, I'm sad", he said.
Arsenal are in the market for a new manager after Wenger's 22-year tenure in north London ended last Sunday with a 1-0 win over Huddersfield. But I was happy to play for him.
Wenger took charge of his final game as Arsenal boss at Huddersfield on Sunday, as he walked away from the club after nearly 22 years at the helm and the efforts to replace him are now gathering pace.
"It was spontaneous because I know that we've disappointed the away fans this season, that many of them they live the whole week and use their spare money to travel up to games", he explained.
With Huddersfield celebrating survival at the end of their first Premier League campaign, acknowledgment of Wenger's final - and 1,235th - game in charge took place before the kickoff. Beyond a vocal minority whose abuse was mistakenly believed to represent a greater proportion of the Arsenal fanbase, most held him in respect and admiration even if they wanted things to change.