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Five Top Managers who are Available in the Summer

Top managers are hard to come by, with clubs looking for the right person to steer them towards success and meeting their targets. A number of top clubs are looking to hire new managers for the new campaign, and there are a few top coaches who are available.

Here are five top managers who are available for hire.

5. Antonio Conte

Antonio Conte has been out of a job since he was relieved by Chelsea at the start of the current season and brought in Maurizio Sarri instead. Conte has three league titles with Juventus and one with Chelsea, while also winning domestic cups with both teams. He has been strongly linked with a move to Inter Milan where he is set to replace Luciano Spaletti.

4. Julen Lopetegui

The former Real Madrid manager Julen Lopetegui may have had his stint with the Spanish club cut short due to poor results, but he has great success with Spain. He has a 100% win record with the Spain Under-21 team and also guided the senior side to the World Cup with a 70% win record. He would be looking for a new club to manage in the new campaign. 

3. Arsene Wenger

Arsene Wenger had been Arsenal's manager for more than two decades before he resigned at the end of last season. The Frenchman has been a fantastic career with the Gunners, winning three league titles and a record seven FA Cups. 

It was assumed that Wenger would retire from management but he has confirmed he will be looking to start managing sooner rather than later. 

2. Massimiliano Allegri

Massimiliano Allegri has been manager at Juventus for five seasons and has won the league title in all of them. He also has four doubles during that time, although he has not been able to get the Italian club the Champions League. Allegri also won the Serie A title with AC Milan and is now free having confirmed that this would be his last season with the Old Lady. 

1. Jose Mourinho

Jose Mourinho has had a poor third season with Manchester United, as has been the case with most of the clubs he has been at, but with Mourinho, a club always gets at least two successful seasons. The Portuguese has been doing television duties since December but is keen to get back on the horse and into management.