Maurizio Sarri relishing the opportunity of managing Cristiano Ronaldo
After being officially unveiled as the new Juventus head coach, Maurizio Sarri revealed that he is looking forward to reaching new heights with Cristiano Ronaldo.
Sarri signed a three-year contract with Juventus stepping into a role vacated by Massimiliano Allegri on the back of an eighth successive title triumph for the Bianconeri. The Italian manager returned to Italy after a season at Chelsea where he guided them to a top-four finish and UEFA Europa League success.
Speaking in his first press conference as Juventus manager, Sarri revealed that he is seeking to break more records with Ronaldo, "At Chelsea, I trained many strong players, but to coach Cristiano Ronaldo is emotional, because it a step forward. I would like to help him to break even more records.
"When a player has the quality like Paulo Dybala and Cristiano Ronaldo, they can play in any role. The only thing that can change is the interpretation of the role."