TURIN, June 13, 2012 – Day one thick with meetings yesterday for Beppe Marotta, Fabio Paratici and head of the Juventus youth Gianni Rossi. The three have made sail for Milan to create a series of meetings, mainly aimed to unravel the tangle of many joint ownership that Juve has standing, but also allowing themselves some appointment of an international character.
THE BOSS KNOCKING In particular, has not gone unnoticed the summit with Sam Allardyce, West Ham boss. The coach of West Ham, back from promotion to the Premier League, was accompanied by Vincenzo Morabito, FIFA agent with extensive knowledge of the English market. The two knocked on the door of Juve (and then also during the day to that of Inter) to verify the possibility of treating redundant players of Juventus workforce, such as Milos Krasic, Eljero Elia and the same Reto Ziegler. All very interesting, if only the West Ham with good intentions are not accompanied by adequate disposable income, so that the proposal would be limited to the interest-bearing loans. Serving the black and white answer: “In these conditions we do not do anything.” Being a first contact is not excluded that the discourse can continue on a more concrete manner later.
source: Tuttosport (by Gianni Lovato)
adapted by: Mike Prise