​FIFA 20 fanatics can now see their favourite footballers become managers once their career as a player finishes in the game. This could now see ​FC Barcelona legend Lionel Messi and ​Juventus hitman Cristiano Ronaldo as coaches following their retirement in the game.


The beta version of FIFA 20 has been rolled out to testing gamers in order for them to find and sort out any issues with the game and that has given fans the chance to see Ronaldo and Messi in charge of teams.


Screenshots on social media show the Barca man join Newcastle United at St James' Park whereas Ronaldo takes control of Sampdoria.



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However, it's not just these two greats of the game that have been experimented by testing gamers. There are screenshots of the demos showing Wayne Rooney moving from player-coach of Derby County to manager of the Championship club, Buffon as a manager, Aaron Ramsey in charge of Wolves and wait-for-it, Phil Jones as manager of Lille.



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Both Ronaldo and Buffon too will be ​available as managers on FIFA 20 for Piemonte Calcio (club name for Juventus in FIFA 20), since the Italian champions' club naming rights have been sold to Pro Evolution Soccer 2020 for the upcoming years.