“It’s an important point. We played a great game, and we are improving. Too bad for some mistakes, but we also did good things. It’s not easy to suddenly be at 22 points. It’s not yet impossible to finish in the top four. The club has a winning mentality, and we can climb the standings only through hard work. It’s essential to be united, like a group, with the Bianconeri faithful. Their spirit can help us return at the top.”
Di Maria isn’t considering leaving Juventus.
“I’ve come here at the worst moment in the recent history of the team, but it’s a great one. My future won’t be affected by these circumstances. My decisions are primarily based on what’s best for my family, and they are very happy here in Turin. I’m in one of the most prestigious clubs in the world.”
Our Take on Juventus and Di Maria
It’s probably too late in the transfer window for a proper exodus, but it’ll be interesting to see how many players, primarily foreigners that haven’t been at the Old Lady for too long, will ask out in light of the sanctions and due to the inevitable downscaling caused by missing out on European football, which will most likely happen one way or the other. Once the legal troubles are over, which should be the case by the end of the season, there will be a whole new can of worms for the Bianconeri.
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