Arsenal fans on Twitter have urged Juventus boss Massimiliano Allegri to succeed Arsene Wenger in North London.
The Gunners are on the search for a new manager after Wenger announced last month that he would be stepping down at the end of this season after 22 years in charge.
Allegri is favourite to take over at the Emirates by all the well-known bookmakers, but Mikel Arteta and Patrick Vieira have also been linked with the role.
The 50-year-old led Juventus to Coppa Italia success on Wednesday following a 4-0 drubbing of his former club AC Milan in Rome - their fourth successive Italian Cup title - and Allegri will almost certainly add a Serie A crown to his already-impressive CV shortly.
He has won seven major titles since joining the Italian giants in 2014 - and led them to two Champions League finals, losing to Barcelona and Real Madrid respectively - and Arsenal fans are desperate to see him take over from the Frenchman this summer.
Here is how they responded to his tweet:
Vincere non è la normalità, e questi ragazzi lo rendono sempre qualcosa di straordinario ! pic.twitter.com/4XPvEEl2LB— Massimiliano Allegri (@OfficialAllegri) May 9, 2018
Welcome to Arsenal boss— Lacazettes (@Lacazettes) May 9, 2018
Hurry up and sign that contract with Arsenal— Wenger my problems (@paulmiki92) May 9, 2018
Now it's time to sign with Arsenal and win many more titles with us.— ぎーすー (@ars_vcc10) May 9, 2018
Arsenal is the team for yoy— Richard Lee Miles (@Rickymiles1) May 9, 2018
Do what will make you happy, but i would love to see you at the Arsenal, to build your legacy at Arsenal, and me, as an Arsenal fan, i would love to you be our next manager!— Stefan Prokopic (@Stex97MC) May 9, 2018
Congrats! Please come to Arsenal and bring that success— kevin walker (@geomachus) May 10, 2018