It’s a huge surprise. President of Juventus Turin since April 29, 2010, Andrea Agnelli leaves his place, according to several Italian media. The Italian businessman is not leaving alone: Pavel Nedved, his vice-president since October 2015, and the board of directors are also resigning.
An activist for many months for the European Super League, Andrea Agnelli was controversial both externally and internally, given the disappointing results of the Old Lady. Fourth in Serie A last season, Juventus are currently in third place in the Italian Championship.