Construction manager Federico Brescia is in the midst of a career renaissance, having joined the Juventus coaching staff in 2017.
Bresci, who has been with the Turin club for a decade, has managed to maintain his focus and calm as he leads a squad of new faces, which will be presented for the first time to the public on Wednesday.
Bresci has been linked with a move to Manchester United but he remains firmly in Turin and will be working with the squad as they prepare for a Serie A opener against Sampdoria on March 10.
“I am a guy whose love for football is very deep, and it’s a great pleasure to be able to work with such talented young players,” he said.
“It’s also important that I continue my development with my club, and in the future I hope to continue in my profession.”
“There’s a certain feeling I get from working with young players, that I’m working for them, and I hope that the club can continue to nurture my development.
I think I have an excellent future ahead of me.”
The 36-year-old has been at Juventus since 2009 and has guided them to Serie A glory seven times in his tenure, and has also been instrumental in bringing new signings.
Despite his success with the club, Brescio has managed just four top-flight titles and no Serie A titles.
He will be hoping to extend his career in Turina, who have had a disappointing start to the season.
Juventus beat Sampdori 2-0 in the last 16 of the Europa League, but are currently on the verge of losing their last game of the campaign in Turinia, which was abandoned after two goals were conceded by the away side.
On Wednesday, the Juventus squad will embark on a tour of the north of Italy, visiting the coastal town of Capo di San Pietro, where they will prepare for their first Serie A game.
The first game will be played at the Juventus Stadium on March 5.