Former Chelsea manager Ranieri left his role at Parma last week after leading the club to Serie A safety and had been widely tipped to join Manchester City.
However, Juventus have beaten City to the punch and installed Ranieri as the successor to Didier Deschamps, who left the Turin-based club after leading them back to Serie A at the first attempt.
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