Here he is, finally, the real Beppe Marotta. The Director-General Area Sports of Juventus, yesterday, with his right arm Fabio Paratici, has proved (if proof were needed) all of his great “value” of leadership. He put first to score a double hit of the market with Udinese, taking in for athletic freshness, dedication and tactical flexibility, two of the best 5/6 performers in that role now in Italy: Kwadwo Asamoah and Mauricio Isla.

But he has not had enough, he even had time to snarl at the axis Genoa-inter, had put eyes and hands on the jewel of Zeman’s Pescara, Marco Verratti (makes you smile as the two Milanese have now need to operate in market in synergy with other teams to do time consuming tasks). 

With a few “very convincing” phone calls , the good Marotta has effectively put an end to the boy’s future from Pescara, who for his part has always shown a willingness to play at Juventus. In past years, the CEO of Juventus has often been criticized,, and also often unfairly (especially in the summer). 

But no one has understood the difficulties the leaders Juventus  faced  when they tried, often unsuccessfully, to bring in Turin motivated people and class in a Juventus that struggled to return that of the past. Now, thanks to the work of Antonio Conte, this piece has been put in place. The Lady is back sexy, flirty, seductive. 

The victory of the season has also benefited from this point of view, to return to Juventus that international importance which will allow sit down at the most important negotiating tables, with greater arrogance. With these first shots, without forgetting the baby keeper Nicola Leali, taken from Brescia, Juventus have suggested to the competition the fact that winning the Scudetto is only the beginning of a cycle. 

The summer ahead of us promises to “fat” for the many Juventus supporters, even for the most demanding in the market. People want a name of the highest level where you need to put the ball inside, especially a man who is also able to give Juventus a major international image after the departure of Alessandro Del Piero. If this is the beginning, well, we will see something beautiful. 

adapted by: Mike Prise