Louis van Gaal to swing the sceptre may at Juventus Turin. The Dutchman is traded as a hot candidate for possible succession still coach del Neri.
Turin (SID) - Louis van Gaal to may swing the sceptre in the Italian Football Champions Jvuentus Turin. 59 Dutchman, last traded del Neri in services of Bayern Munich, as a hot candidate in the "old lady" for the possible succession of another coach Luigi. The ex-Bayern coach to lead the tradition Club back to the top of the Serie A.
Juve President Andrea Agnelli has established according to the Italian sports daily Corriere dello Sport (Edition of Tuesday) first contacts to van Gaal. Should switch to the "old lady", the gnarled Dutchman van Gaal would have again world champion striker Luca Toni in the squad, who kicks since the beginning of the year for the Piedmont Club. The difficult relations with the Dutch induced Toni beginning of 2010 to leave Munich to return to the Apennines.
Strong, del Neri has come under pressure after Juve has missed the chance on Monday by a 2-2 draw against Chievo Verona, make up ground on the fourth mode. This guarantees the participation in the Champions League qualification.
The separation of del Neri is in Turin as a done deal. "The end of the era del Neri is only a matter of days," wrote the Tuttosport Juve home page. Two days before the end of the season in the Serie A have Juventus with five points behind on the table fourth Udinese Calcio only or low chances of the entry into the qualifying round of the premier class. The first Division must fear even to participate in the Europa League as table 7th.
To make forget the disappointing season, President Agnelli will vigorously invest in new players. The Italian investment group Exor controlled including the Fiat car group, wants to spend up to 100 million euros to heave Juventus Turin again in the circle of top European clubs.
The Argentine striker of Atletico Madrid, Sergio Aguero, son-in-law in-waiting from Argentina football icon Diego Maradona is one of the possible new stars at the Schwarz-Wei?en. Also 27 year-old Argentinian Carlos Tevez, who kicks for Manchester City, playing on the wish list of the Piedmontese Association, who had won his last title in 2003.