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The Juventus, out of the career by Verratti and Iniesta
Published:17/06/2017 - 14:03h
Updated:17/06/2017 - 14:44h
The Juventus wants to go in in the market of signings, but no to any price. The sportive director of the group 'bianconeri' like this indicated it in an interview, in which it affirmed that they did not go in in the bidding by Marco Verratti and see very far to Andrés Iniesta
The Juventus has put voice to his next steps in the market of signings and has done it through a speaker of level, neither more neither less than the sportive director of the entity, Giuseppe Marotta. The Italian director conceded an interview for 'Ran dello Sport' where reviewed the actuality of the 'bianconeri' and his intentions for the months that go in.
Marotta Began reaffirming the figure of Massimiliano Allegri at the head of the bench, considering that "there are not doubts on his continuity". "The sadness by a loss always suggests reflections, but I have my full confidence put in Allegri. It is one of the best in the world and still has a lot that give", signalled.
Also I speak on the presumptive interest of the Juventus in an aim of the Barça, denying that his team go to go in in the bidding by Marco Verratti: "we will not spend us 100 million dollars by him, can say that we are not interested".
Besides, it confirmed the last rumours explaining that yes they would want to have the services of Andrés Iniesta, but that the refusal of the FC Barcelona to the exit of his captain situates him like an aim "inalcanzable".
N'Zonzi And Douglas Coast, in the list
In spite of descartar two of the names that more had sounded for the Juventus, Giuseppe Marotta himself valued the incorporation of others of the footballers that appear like possible for the champions of the Series To.
The Italian cleared that there is "a profile to the that do follow-up", referring to the signing of a midfield player for the team, that would be after the steps of Steven N'Zonzi, André Gomes and/or Douglas Coast.