Former Juventus director general Luciano Moggi believes the Turin giants should sign Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini for next season.
“Mancini is a very good Coach and I would bring him to Juventus,” Moggi told Radio Kiss Kiss.
“I do not have a great friendship with him, but I do know him, as we have spoken often.
“When choosing a tactician you look at his talent and Mancini could do very well.
“He has also done what many others refused to: he revised ideas he had expressed in the past.”
This is a reference to the Calciopoli scandal, as Mancini was in charge of the Inter side that benefited from Juve's demotion to Serie B in 2006.
Juventus were stripped of two Scudetto titles, the 2006 edition handed to Inter by the courts.
The Bianconeri continue to maintain Gigi Del Neri will see out his contract even if they fail to qualify for the Champions League.
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