I really can’t see the day of the Farewell! I can’t imagine that day!
MILAN, March 27, 2102 – The fascinating plays of Ale Del Piero do not change Juve. The technical design is unchanged. For return to the Champions League the idea of President Andrea Agnelli is to replace the captain with a striker of the primary level. Contacts are underway for some time. The dream is Gonzalo Higuain of Real Madrid, but it is worth less than Suarez, the Uruguayan striker of Liverpool intended leaving the Premier League at the end of season after the unfortunate parentheses controversy with Evra. This environment could facilitate the exchange shirt at a reasonable price. The A. D. bianconero Beppe Marotta and sporting director Fabio Paratici beat the road with care.
CONFIRMATIONS. But the strategies of the club in Corso Galileo Ferraris are tied to the prospects of the other strikers of Antonio Conte. Alessandro Matri, Mirko Vucinic and Fabio Quagliarella have long contracts. And enjoy the confidence of managers and technician. One is true for Marco Borriello, who arrived on loan in January from Rome with the right to repurchase. This means that Juve will consider well that occurring. The purchase of the center forward of Naples would cost around 8 million euros, whereas his wage weighs 4 million net per season. That’s why is being done a road alternative. Sacrificing Borriello the Bianconeri could allocate those resources to finance the assignment of a young man. At home there is an option Sebastian Giovinco, still co-owned with Parma. But his transfer could cost quite a bit. That’s why the other two candidates are taking shape. Mattia Destro definitely like a lot, now halfway between Genoa and Siena. In parallel, however, soaring the prices of Manolo Gabbiadini, Sunday the first goal with Atalanta after the excellent performance with the under-21.
ASAMOAH. Meanwhile, the midfield picks up the name of the Ghanaian Asamoah, one of the jewels of Udinese. There have been contacts with the Friuli club, but there is still a substantial distance between demand and supply. We’ll talk later.
source: GdS (by Carlo Laudisa)
adapted by: Mike Prise