Official: Juventus announce new coach Motta

The Italian signs for two seasons with the Old Lady

Thiago Motta has been officially appointed as the new head coach of Juventus, the club announced. Motta, 41, has signed a contract with the “Bianconeri” until the summer of 2027. He arrives at Allianz Stadium from Bologna, where he remarkably led the team to Champions League qualification last season.

Motta’s coaching career began in 2018 with the youth team of Paris Saint-Germain, shortly after ending his playing career at the club. He transitioned to Italian football in 2019, taking the helm at Genoa. Subsequently, he managed Spezia and then Bologna, achieving notable success, including the historic Champions League qualification.

Expressing his enthusiasm at the unveiling, Motta said, “I am truly happy to start a new chapter of my career at a great club like Juventus. I thank the owners and management who believe in my ambition to help fly the Juventus flag high and bring joy to the fans.” His appointment signals a new era for Juventus as they aim to return to their winning ways under his leadership.

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