Juventus management are struggling for ideas over their next coach. La Republicca says Juve chiefs will meet tomorrow to assess Saturday's thrashing at Udinese, but plans over a new coach have been suspended for a fortnight.

Cesare Prandelli's new commitment to Fiorentina has rocked Juve's plans, while Roberto Mancini (Manchester City), Rafa Benitez (Liverpool) and Laurent Blanc (Bordeaux) all appear settled at their respective clubs.

What is making Juve directors even more uncomfortable is the success of former Juve coaches and officials around Europe.

Claudio Ranieri and Gian Paolo Montali are now dreaming of winning the Scudetto with Roma, while Didier Deschamps has just won the French Cup with Marseille. All three Juve identities left the club under it's current board.