BOOST, as former Juve star backs Maurizio Sarri to leave

Former Juventus star, Gianluca Zambrotta has admitted that if he was choosing the next Bianconeri coach he would go for either Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri or Real Madrid's Zinedine Zidane.

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After five throphy-laden years at the Allianz Stadium, Massimliano Allegri has decided to call it a day, capping his final season off with another league triumph.

Since the announcement, many coaches have been linked with the Bianconeri, but the club are yet to make anything official.

Zambrotta, who wore the Juventus white and black stripes between 1999 and 2006, has revealed his view that either Zidane or Sarri would be the ideal candidate to lead the club forward.

When asked to name the coach he would pick to be in charge of Juventus, he told Italian outlet Tutto Mercato
"It depends on what you want to do."
"If I have to name names, I could say Sarri, or Zidane."

Zidane returned to the Bernabeu after Real Madrid were suffering from one of their worst season in years after the sacking of Santiago Solari.

This means that Sarri is the only realistic choice from Zambrotta's list to become the new Juventus coach.

And numerous speculations has continued to bubble as to whether Sarri remains at Chelsea after the Europa League final or not. 

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