Moggi says Arsenal boss Wenger ideal for Juventus

Former Juventus chief Luciano Moggi says Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is the ideal coach to replace Ciro Ferrara.

Former Juventus chief Luciano Moggi says Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is the ideal coach to replace Ciro Ferrara.

Moggi, who will be returning to football next year after serving his Calciopoli ban, has been a big critic of Juve's current regime.

He told Studio Stadio: “The only foreigner that I see doing well at Juventus is Arsene Wenger of Arsenal, who we had in hand to replace Lippi in 2004, but then Capello freed himself from Roma and it all went like you know.

“Wenger would be the perfect manager with whom to start again. Even with these directors…

“Juventus are paying for their incapacity and the leadership at board level. You can see the players aren't going on to the pitch in a calm frame of mind and that they have lost self-esteem. They lack an authoritative point of reference in the club.

“Secco should return to being the team manager and Blanc should resign this instant. And to think that one-day Blanc said: 'football is easier than I thought.' Evidently he was speaking about teams made by other…

“They have destroyed a team that was among the best in the world for organisation and competency. It will be impossible with these directors to get team back to the normality that surrounds a great football club like Juventus.”