The Sunderland man believes that his former boss has all the necessary qualities to take the Azzurri job in place of Cesare Prandelli, who has resigned after World Cup failure
Prandelli resigned from the role following the Azzurri's dismal World Cup campaign, in which they failed to make it past the group stage.
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"Prandelli’s resignation? I don’t want to get into his decisions," Giaccherini told Sky Sports. "I think that his decision was made out of disappointment with results.
"The new coach? Conte wouldn’t be bad. I continued to hear from the boss even after my move to Sunderland because we had not just a professional relationship."
The winger is grateful to the 44-year-old, who guided Juve to two Serie A titles and a Supercoppa Italiana during Giaccherini’s time with the squad.
"I cannot forget my adventure at Juve, where we won a lot," he enthused. "Conte gave me a lot and I can’t forget that."
Real Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti has been linked with the vacant position, while former Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini and ex-Roma manager Luciano Spalletti are also in the frame to take over.