The results were shown by the former Italian international player, Andrea Pirlo, who was the new Italian Juventus, hours after the sacking of Maurizio Sarri.
An opportunity for Sky News, Juventus will appoint its former star Andrea Pirlo to coach the team next season, succeeding Maurizio Sarri, who was sacked earlier Saturday.
The source said that the club president Andrea Agnelli was the one who chose Pirlo to train the first team, days after he was appointed coach of the club’s youth team, and the announcement is expected in the coming hours.
The decision raised many astonishment, especially since the former Italian international star does not have any previous training experience, which is considered a real adventure by the “old lady” team.
Pirlo is considered one of the best Italian players, and he represented Juventus in 119 matches between 2011 and 2015, he also represented Italy in 116 games, and won with his country the 2006 World Cup title.