Juventus CEO De Ligt? How do you get a player who wants to leave?”

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Juventus CEO Aribabene has revealed his thoughts on De Ligt transfer rumors

[골닷컴] Reporter Park Moon-soo = “If a player shows the will to leave, I don’t think we’ll be able to catch it.”

Juventus CEO Maurizio Aribabene has expressed his views on De Ligt transfer rumors.

On the 30th (local time), the CEO of Arababene revealed his position on the fate of the players, including De Ligt, through an interview published in the Italian edition of Goal.com.

Among them, the one that drew attention was De Ligt. Recently, De Ligt was caught on the radar network of signing big players in the Premier League, including Chelsea.

In response, CEO AbabaBene said, “It’s impossible to keep the players who want to leave. “You have to sit at the negotiating table. Then you have to be happy with the negotiation. But whoever has the money wins.”

He continued, “It is not a process of change. We need a reference point. Our strategy is to include young players. We will continue to do so in the future.”

De Ligt, born in 1999, is a major Juventus defender. He moved from Ajax to Juventus in the summer of 2019 and continues his steady career path. At the beginning of the transfer, it was difficult to adapt to the team, but he stood tall as a defender representing the team. For instance, because of De Ligt, Juventus have left Tottenham defender Romero without any regrets.

skill is good However, the maintenance cost is high. He is a top-notch defender, but his huge salary is a stumbling block. Recently, noise has arisen in the contract renewal process. Juventus, who had stayed with De Ligt, also changed their mind and said that they would send the player away if the transfer fee was met. Responding to Chelsea’s request for information on De Ligt is a prime example.

CEO Arababene also ignited the rumors of a transfer to De Ligt by announcing that he would send the player if he wanted to.

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