A number of big-name coaches have been linked with Juventus recently, but outgoing manager Massimiliano Allegri is confident the club will find the right successor.
The Old Lady confirmed on Friday that Allegri will be leaving after five seasons in charge at the Allianz Stadium.
Allegri won five Serie A titles, four Coppa Italias and two Super Cup titles during his time in Turin.
Antonio Conte, Pep Guardiola and Maurizio Sarri are the names being linked with the post, and the 51-year-old believes the club will get a 'great' coach.
“It took five years to build this Juve, but that’s that. Life goes, comes and goes," Allegri was quoted as saying by Football Italia.
“I’m going home now, then I’ll have a little break by the sea.
“I don’t know [who will replace me], but Juve will choose a great Coach because Juventus are a great club.
“It’s been five years of wonderful love. Five years for me are so many!”