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."