Vincenzo Montella to coach Juventus after Antonio Conte?
The 39-year-old tactician has already signed on to coach the Viola for the 2014-15 season, which would rule out a move to Turin this summer, though the Bianconeri are apparently looking to continue with Conte for the time being as well.
According to Mediaset, the reports of Montella’s eventual move to Juventus are only rumours at the time, however, sources close to the club strongly suggest that the Gigliati boss is seen as the Turin side’s top choice when Antonio Conte’s reign is over.
The former Roma striker has been named as a possible future replacement for AC Milan boss Clarence Seedorf in recent weeks as well, as the Rossoneri executives look for a solution to their struggles during the current campaign.
Montella has coached Fiorentina since 2012 and has helped the club steadily improve since his arrival, leading them to a fourth place finish in his debut season.