Juventus sporting director Giuseppe Marotta has stated that the Bianconeri do not need money now and will sell players only on big money and if they want to leave the club.
Paul Pogba and Arturo Vidal are two of Juventus footballers courted by the big clubs in Europe. For them beat teams like Paris Saint-Germain, Arsenal or Manchester City.
Carlos Tevez and Andrea Pirlo have already left the Serie A champions in the summer, but in both cases it was the players’ option.
Juve apparently has emerged from financial crisis and sits very well versed in finance, given that last season reached the Champions League final, lost to Barcelona (1-3).
The Bianconeri director Giuseppe Marotta has stated that Juventus has no plans to sell players because they do not currently require finance, and if will do it, will sell only on a lot of money and if players want to leave the club.
“We will not sell our best players, our top assets unless the players themselves ask us to leave,” Marotta told La Gazzetta dello Sport.
“In addition, we don’t need cash so we’re not prepared to accept any discount offers on the price of our players.”
Italian journalists wrote that Juve has asked to Vidal and Pogba to announce the leadership by the end of July if they want to leave the club this summer.