Former legendary midfielder Andrea Pirlo has been appointed as a new Under-23 manager by Juventus.
The 41-year-old is considered one of his generation’s finest players.
In 2017 he retired as a player and since then he is out of the game.
Pirlo has won 116 caps for Italy and helped them win the 2006 World Cup.
With AC Milan, Pirlo spent most of his career and he won Serie A four times with Juventus and won two Champions League titles and two League titles.
To finish his playing career at New York City FC in Major League Soccer, Pirlo left Juventus in 2015.