He won the Champions League with Inter and could be the next Juventus manager

Thiago Motta, who manages Bologna, the surprise team of the current Serie A season, already has a preliminary agreement with the 'Vecchia Signora.'

He won the Champions League with Inter and could be the next Juventus manager
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Thiago Motta, a former footballer who won the Champions League with José Mourinho's Inter Milan in the 2009/10 season after having lifted the trophy with Barcelona alongside Deco in 2005/06 could be the next Juventus manager.

Motta's playing career was marked by his versatility and tactical intelligence, making him a valuable asset to both clubs during their successful European campaigns. His transition to management has been closely watched by football analysts, as he brings the same strategic acumen to his coaching roles.

According to an Italian journalist, there is already a "preliminary agreement between Thiago Motta and Juventus: two years plus an option for an additional year with a salary of 3.5 million euros per year," as stated in a post on the social network X, formerly Twitter. "Only the signature is missing," the source claims. This potential move comes at a crucial time for Juventus, as the club seeks to rebuild and reassert its dominance in Italian and European football after a period of relative underperformance.

At 41 years old, Thiago Motta is currently the coach of Bologna, a team that occupies fourth place in Serie A, with the same 67 points as Juventus, who are in third place. There are two rounds left in the competition, and Bologna's impressive performance this season has been one of the standout stories in Italian football. Under Motta's guidance, Bologna has shown remarkable resilience and tactical sophistication, challenging traditional powerhouses and earning praise for their style of play.

Motta's potential appointment at Juventus signifies a strategic shift for the "Vecchia Signora." Known for his emphasis on ball possession, fluid attacking movements, and defensive solidity, Motta could bring a fresh approach to a team that has struggled with consistency. His ability to develop young talent and integrate them into the first team is another aspect that Juventus might find appealing, as the club looks to rejuvenate its squad.

This development also places pressure on current Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri, who has faced criticism for the team's performances this season. With Juventus and Bologna tied on points, the final two rounds of Serie A will be decisive not just for league standings but potentially for managerial futures. A strong finish by Bologna could further enhance Motta's reputation and solidify his candidacy for the Juventus role.

The anticipation surrounding this possible move highlights the broader trends in football management, where clubs increasingly seek young, dynamic coaches who can blend tactical innovation with an ability to inspire and manage diverse squads. As the season draws to a close, all eyes will be on Thiago Motta and Bologna, as well as the developments in Turin, where Juventus fans eagerly await confirmation of their club's next strategic steps.