Andrea Pirlo will reportedly return to Juventus next season, as coach of their U-23 side.
The legendary regista retired from the game in 2017 after a short stint in the MLS with New York City FC.
Pirlo later returned to Italy and completed his coaching badges at Coverciano.
La Stampa report that whilst the move hasn’t been made official, it’s believed that an agreement is in place for the 40-year-old to return to the Bianconeri for the beginning of next season to coach the U-23 side, which plays in Serie C.
The 2006 World Cup winner played for Juve for four years, from 2011 to 2015, and won four consecutive Scudetti and reached the 2015 Champions League final.
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