Juventus coach Gianlui Buffon has said he is ready to accept a role at the club but it would not be his first time at the helm.
Buffon was the head coach of Juventus from 2005 to 2016 and the Giallorossi have a history of losing to the league leaders.
He was also a part of the team that finished fourth in Serie A last season.
The 33-year-old has been in charge at the Bianconeri since the end of his contract in 2019 and his future remains unclear.
The former AC Milan coach told reporters that he is “ready to accept any role” that may be offered to him, but added: “I do not know where the club is going, so I can only concentrate on my team.
I do not want to leave this club.”
In his first season as Juventus manager, Buffon won the Scudetto and also managed the club to a Champions League and Copa del Rey triumph.
He is currently in charge of Italy’s Euro 2016 squad and could become a possible candidate for the position of manager of the World Cup squad in 2022.