After Igor Tudor, now Alessandro Nesta is reportedly considering a role on Andrea Pirlo’s Juventus coaching staff.
This is Pirlo’s first ever management role and he has been thrown straight into probably the biggest job in Italian football.
However, he seems to be packing his staff with more experienced tacticians who are also his former teammates.
Tudor has officially parted company with Hajduk Split so he can accept a role on Pirlo’s staff at Juventus.
Now the Corriere dello Sport claims that Nesta is another candidate to join in the revolution in Turin.
Like Tudor, Nesta is already an experienced coach and got Frosinone to the Serie B promotion play-off final this season, losing out to Spezia.
Before that, he was a coach at Miami FC and then Perugia in Serie B.
Nesta and Pirlo are former teammates in the Italy squad, including the 2006 World Cup winning adventure, and for nine seasons at Milan, where they won among others two Champions League trophies and two Serie A titles.
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