Turin, June 22, 2012 – TuttoVerratti. The other soap opera, on the other channel of Juventus market, revolves around Verratti. Yesterday Marotta met Daniele Delli Carri, ds Pescara: it could have been a meeting to close the deal, it was almost an opportunity to argue.
Nothing dramatic, but the only solution on which the two companies agreed (half Verratti at Juventus for 1.5 million plus the joint ownership of Bouy and Troisi) is impractical. Bouy, talent arrived from Ajax, wants guarantees: not going to Pescara in ownership, but only on loan. And Delli Carri doesn’t want this. Indeed, not even the President Sebastiani: “Everything is frozen. If Juve were to give me 5 million by mid-Verratti it would look good, but I do not think will happen. And to us, as players, are only interested in Bouy and Troisi.”
There would be two alternatives – to stay in Pescara or move to Naples, always interested – but today Juventus and Pescara return to talk. And logic is a closing. In Juve’s favor in fact play a couple of factors: the desire of Verratti, who sees only black and white, and closing balance at June 30. Pescara could use to sign in the next 8 days to complete the balance with the cash of Juve, but the feeling is that it can go long. Also because Troisi, the only point of agreement, wasn’t still rationed in Turin, where stationed two cards ready to be shipped elsewhere in the enclosed envelope.
Returns Marotta, who has something to say here: “Krasic and Melo? They are players to be placed, we are confronting with some teams.” Translated: If you are seriously interested buyers, we can not wait.
source: GdS (by Bianchin-D’Angelo)
adapted by: Mike Prise