Juventus star, Cristiano Ronaldo, has shortlisted two managers to become the club’s new coach.
Juventus are at the moment in the process of selecting a new head coach following the departure of former boss, Massimiliano Allegri, last month.
According to Rai Sport, Ronaldo presented the names of former Manchester United coach, Jose Mourinho and Napoli boss, Carlo Ancelotti to Juventus hierarchy as the managers he wants to manage the club.
The report also claimed that Juventus board considered both Mourinho and Ancelotti as impractical and, therefore, neither will be evaluated any further.
Ronaldo worked with both Mourinho and Ancelotti during their times at Real Madrid.