Andrea Pirlo coach of JUVENTUS F.C
Andrea Pirlo appointed coach after taking over the Juventus U-23
To avoid a too complicated file, Juventus have chosen an in-house solution. The Bianconeri have just inducted Andrea Pirlo as coach of the U-23 side. Why not give him a chance to shine quickly at the highest level?
Just like a Zinedine Zidane at Real Madrid, Andrea Pirlo will have plenty of opportunity to succeed with the right people around him.
He already knows the environment, of Europe’s biggest clubs inside out, and he’s had a magnificent career, winning all the major trophies.
Although he is still very young, the 41-year-old coach may be a gamble to be taken up by the Piedmontese management.
Pochettino, Zidane, Inzaghi expected to take over from Sarri.
Juventus’ Champions League exit from the Champions League against OL was an evident conclusion
Maurizio Sarri, who had already been criticised for many months, and was not retained by the Bianconeri.
As a result, the Old Lady’s club is expecting to find a new, high-quality coach next season.
1. Mauricio Pochettino
Mauricio Pochettino in search of a great European club
Mauricio Pochettino has been on the market, for quite some time. Having taken over the Tottenham Hotspur reins from 2014 to 2019, he has managed to establish himself as one of the best coaches in the business. The 48-year-old coach has managed to make Spurs one of the top sides in the Premier League while taking them to the Champions League final in 2019.
After a poor start to the league in November 2019, he seems in no hurry to get back in the game. The Argentinian coach, has been courted by FC Barcelona, and AS Monaco, among others.
But he hasn’t given in yet!
The situation could be different with Juventus. In his quest for a major European club, he turned down Barça for his history with Espanyol. Nothing will stop him from signing for the Bianconeri.
2. Laurent Blanc
Laurent Blanc soon back on the bench.
Laurent Blanc, LE PRESIDENT, who has been in charge, of a European team since 2016, and is expected, to return and leave Paris Saint-Germain.
From now on, when a position becomes available, the name of the tricolour technician is never far away. That could still be the case with Juventus.
However, it is not certain that the Bianconeri will make it a priority. Laurent Blanc is far from making the same guarantees as some of the other coaches on the list. But he is nevertheless counting on having a chance.
The 54-year-old coach has turned down, several clubs in recent years, in an effort to find a top-flight side, and he is hoping to get the chance, to showcase his qualities, at the height of Juventus.
3. Massimiliano Allegri
A return of Massimiliano cannot be excluded.
In charge of Juventus from 2014 to 2019, the Italian technician has enjoyed numerous successes in Piedmont. Winning Serie A five times, he also took his team to the Champions League final twice (2015 and 2017).
Since leaving last summer, the 52-year-old has still not returned to action. Regularly announced at Europe’s biggest clubs, he has finally opted to stay free throughout the season. Why not bring him back after this long break?
He already knows, the majority of the squad and, above all, he’s managed to do well with Juventus in the Champions League.
Wishing to win the Champions League as quickly as possible, the Old Lady’s club could let themselves be seduced by this track.
4. Simone Inzaghi
Simone Inzaghi was already announced at Juventus last summer
Simone Inzaghi has been associated with Juventus for a long time. Already last summer, the Lazio Rome coach was among the priorities for taking over from Massimiliano Allegri.
He has been an impressive figure at the helm of Lazio Rome since taking up the post in 2016.
Simone Inzaghi has been playing his team very well and has consistently taken the Lazio club to the top of the Serie A table.
Having struggled long and hard for the title this season, Lazio Rome will finally settle for a Champions League place next season.
Although qualification for the Champions League gives them a strong argument for continuing in the Roman capital, Simone Inzaghi could also take on a new dimension if he makes the move to Turin.
The choice is not an easy one for him.
5. Roberto Mancini
Roberto Mancini leaving the Italian National Team
It is hard to imagine Roberto Mancini leaving the Italian national team for Juventus. Roberto Mancini remains one of Azzurri’s key players. There is one detail, however, that remains very important in making him one of the favourites. He has been in charge of the Italian national team since 2018. And, for the time being, he’s doing an excellent job with the Squadra Azzurra.
After winning all their games in the qualifiers, Italy qualified for the Euro. While the continental competition has been postponed for a year due to the coronavirus pandemic, it is hard to imagine him leaving without even having played the event.
The situation might have been different if the season was not interrupted.
if the postponement of the Euro, and the dependence on the result, of the Italian national team, Roberto Mancini might have been tempted to take the job.
At the moment, it’s hard to imagine him changing his mind.
6. Zinedine Zidane the FAVOURITE
Zinedine Zidane ready to meet Cristiano Ronaldo at Juventus.
It was the least plausible solution, but there was no doubt, that the Tifosi bianconeri’s dream will come true.
After five seasons as a player with Juventus, Zinedine Zidane looks set to take charge of the Old Lady’s club one day. It is hard to believe, however, that the time has come for him to leave for Serie A!
Back at the helm of Real Madrid in March 2019, the Tricolor coach has already managed to secure a new La Liga title. Still as adulated as ever by his squad, he has never speculated on leaving during this summer mercato.
Perhaps a call from Cristiano Ronaldo could change all that. Ronaldo, who was a five-time Ballon d’Or winner at Real Madrid and now plays for Juventus, is a close second to the five-time Ballon d’Or winner at Juventus. He could therefore be one of the main architects of his three Champions League triumphs.
7. Antonio Conte
Is Juventus capable of convincing Antonio Conte to come back?
Why not bet on Antonio Conte’s return? Since his departure from Juventus in 2014, he has continued to establish himself as one of the best coaches around. It is true that he is now playing for Inter Milan. But he’s not sure he’ll be there for much longer.
Despite some very good results, with a second-place finish in Serie A, the Italian coach is on the outskirts of his country. He hasn’t closed the door on a start at the end of the Europa League.
He could therefore be tempted to return to the Bianconeri.