Juve’s Chief Football Officer of the Bianconeri, Fabio Paratici, was, once again, confirmed by the club’s shareholders during today’s meeting.
The Bianconeri published a press release this afternoon confirming that the 48 year-old, who has been heavily linked with a potential switch to Roma, has been entrusted with the football area of the club.
“In the context of the review process of the operational and organisational model started in May 2020 and which will continue in the upcoming months, Juventus also announces the adoption of a new organisational structure that envisages the concentration of the Company’s activities in two macro-structures: the Football Area and the Business Area,” read the statement.
“The coordination of each area is assigned to a managing director who directly reports to the Executive Chairman, Andrea Agnelli: Fabio Paratici for the Football Area and Stefano Bertola for the Business Area.”
It is now likely that Roma will have to cross Paratici off from their list of potential candidates for the Sporting Director role, which still remains vacant after Gianluca Petrachi was sacked by the club in June.