Tuttosport newspaper claims Juventus will be radically revamped with Marcello Lippi, Fabio Cannavaro and Luciano Spalletti running the side.
It looks like the Bianconeri will end the season empty-handed again after crashing out of the Europa League and Coppa Italia.
Thoughts are already going to next season in the Italian media and Turin-based Tuttosport unveils an outlandish plan to revamp the club.
Former Juve and Italy Coach Lippi has been linked with a directorial role in the past, so this could be the right time for him to come in.
He would be joined by Cannavaro once the defender has retired from playing in Dubai.
Both are fans of tactician Spalletti and it's claimed the current Zenit boss will accept a pay cut from his €5m contract for a return to Serie A.
Curiously, Spalletti already replaced Coach Gigi Del Neri once before, when taking over for a long and successful spell at the helm of Roma.
The newspaper also suggests President Andrea Agnelli is preparing to bring in a new international investor to help with the increase in capital worth €150m.
Once the new stadium is built, that too will boost funds used for the transfer market.
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