Andrea Barzagli will not join Maurizio Sarri’s Juventus staff yet, but the Bianconeri have hired Milan Lab founder Daniele Tognaccini.

According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, Barzagli has decided to take a little time off after his retirement from playing football and won’t join the Bianconeri management staff at this time.

He could well come in later during the campaign or wait until next season.

However, Juve have decided to hire the founder of Milan Lab, Tognaccini, who left the Rossoneri last summer after 20 years at the club.

Andrea Barzagli will not join Maurizio Sarri’s Juventus staff yet, but the Bianconeri have hired Milan Lab founder Daniele Tognaccini.

According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, Barzagli has decided to take a little time off after his retirement from playing football and won’t join the Bianconeri management staff at this time.

He could well come in later during the campaign or wait until next season.

However, Juve have decided to hire the founder of Milan Lab, Tognaccini, who left the Rossoneri last summer after 20 years at the club.

Milan Lab was set up in 2002 and at the time was a state of the art statistics-based approach meant to predict and prevent injuries.

He was reportedly brought in at the request of Sarri and will work alongside fitness coach Andrea Pertusio and chief medic Luca Stefanini.

Tognaccini is more than a colleague to Sarri, as their homes are close by in Tuscany and he had already asked him to come to Chelsea.

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