Coach Ciro Ferrara's future is increasingly uncertain after Juventus were defeated 2-1 by Roma on Saturday evening at the Stadio Olimpico in Turin.
Several coaches have been linked with his post and one of the most recent names is Liverpool boss Rafa Benitez. However, the manager's agent, Manuel Garcia Quilon, has admitted that such a move cannot happen until at least June - even if Benitez is committed to the Reds.
"Benitez to Juventus? In football you never know," he explained to calciomercato.it.
"I don't know what will happen in four to five months. In football everything changes quickly, but the basic principal is that Rafa still has a four-year contract with Liverpool."
The under-fire coach has been linked with an exit from the Premier League outfit, as they, much like Juventus, have not met expectations this season. But is a switch to Turin really a possibility for the former Valencia coach?
"Right now, that hypothesis is not correct, because he is a very important figure [at Anfield]. The idols of the fans are [Steven] Gerrard, [Fernando] Torres, and Benitez."