Juventus have parted ways with manager Maurizio Sarri barely 24 hours after the Serie A champions were bundled out the Champions League last 16 by French side Lyon.
The former Chelsea boss was unable to inspire his side to a comeback in the Champions League last 16 second leg where they came in training 1-0.
Despite a Cristiano Ronaldo brace, the Italian giants were knocked out by the away goal rule, further piling pressure on Sarri.
In recent weeks, the 61-year old has come under scrutiny over his playing style and overall relationship with the players.
Despite winning the Serie A in the 2019/2020 season, Juventus had to claw their way to the title as they beat Inter Millan by a solitary point after suffering three defeats in their final five matches.
Notably, after winning consecutive League titles, the Juventus bosses were more intent on ending the 25-year drought in European glory and were more focused on the Champions League.
The fact that the club signed talisman Cristiano Ronaldo, who is considered the greatest Champions League player in history, also piled more expectation on Sarri to go all the way in the competition.
However, that did not happen and Juventus eventually bowed out of the competition in the last 16 at the hands of French side Lyon whose lukewarm season saw them finish seventh in their domestic league.