Tottenham Hotspur have confirmed that Fabio Paratici has been appointed managing director of the north London club's football operations from July 1.
A club statement said: "Fabio will be responsible for managing and developing the Club’s sporting operations at the club, facilities, and footballing infrastructure.
"Fabio will join us after 11 successful years at Juventus. Initially appointed technical area coordinator in 2010, he took up the role of sports director in 2011, responsible for restructuring scouting, the academy, and the delivery of Juventus Women and Juventus Under-23.
"In November 2018, he assumed the position of chief football officer and from October 2020, that of managing director of the football area. During that time, Juventus won a total of 19 titles and trophies, including their first Serie A title in eight seasons in 2011/12, sparking a run of nine-successive scudettos, as well as five Coppa Italia titles."