On football pitches in Rome and throughout the peninsula, Italian children now say they want to support Argentina, "because (Juventus's Paulo) Dybala is so strong", or Belgium, "where Roma's (Radja) Nainggolan plays". However, Allegri looks ready to turn down the Gunners' approach to stay with Juventus for another season.
Arsenal are exploring several different candidates to replace Arsenal Wenger, and Allegri is on the Gunners' shortlist.
Juventus are confident in-demand boss Massimiliano Allegri will commit his long-term future to the club amid interest from Arsenal.
"Juventus has a special mentality that has been built up over the years, they are a club that manages to stay united and compact in hard times, and that's what the other teams have to do", Di Francesco said.
"At Juve, the motivation is always there", he said.
Insigne replied, "they are used to it", in reference to the fact that the Bianconeri have lost two Champions League finals in the last three years against Barcelona and Real Madrid.
Although a Juventus player since 2014, Pinsoglio was loaned in successive seasons to lower league sides Modena, Livorno and Latina before spending the current season at the Turin side.
"Next year, there will be some players leaving, others arriving, and the objective will be to be in the running for every objective in March again", Allegri said.
"Winning is never easy and the lads approached the game in the right way", he said.
Allegri is leading sportsbooks' favourite to takeover for Arsene Wenger at the Emirates.
Mikel Arteta is also on Arsenal's radar and Pep Guardiola has already admitted the would not stand in the Spaniard's way should he wish to leave Manchester City.
Should Arsenal offer Massimiliano Allegri the manager's job or should it go to someone else?