Juventus vice-general manager Roberto Bettega has revealed that he already has the future of the club in mind.
The Bianconeri lost 1-0 to Sampdoria on Sunday after Antonio Cassano forced a howler out of Antonio Chimenti.
Juventus now haven’t won for three matches and currently lie sixth in Serie A with nine games left this season.
“Every game is a story in itself, but the hope is always fourth place,” Bettega explained.
“The table is tight and we’ll try to finish in the top four. It’s our objective. But it would be wrong not to think already to the future.
“Right now I cannot name any names, but in my head there is the idea of a new Juve.
“Sure, I will speak with Zaccheroni for the good of Juventus in the last nine games of the season.
“But Alberto will understand that I have to think about the future of this team,” Bettega concluded.