Italy’s former Juventus superstar Andrea Pirlo, via his Instagram account, comically responded to a question whether he plans to start an adventure in training.
The 40-year-old jokingly wrote: “I didn’t have many shows, but if we take things seriously, I already have a complete technical base, and the first shows will probably come to me from abroad.”
The former Italian international continued: “Actually, Barcelona is waiting for me (joking), but I do not want to miss any opportunity.”
“I can be a good coach. I have a very clear idea of the game. Antonio Conte (Juventus coach and the former Italy national team) is the best coach in my career, and when I saw him, I thought I wanted to be like him,” Pirlo continued.
Pirlo is one of the symbols of Italian football, and the most prominent midfield player, as he achieved 17 different championships with Milan, Juventus, and Brescia, in addition to achieving the 2006 World Cup with the Italian national team, and the end of his football career in the American club New York City in 2017.