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Juventus, Pezzano: “Chiellini in America is not official, but …”

JUVENTUS, PEZZANO – The entrepreneur in question Pezzano talked about the great America and its championship, but not only did he touch on many topics.

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Los Angeles FC and Philadelphia Union lead the two conferences and are the most active teams on the market. In Los Angeles we know of the interest in Giorgio Chiellini, while Phila is also active with some business with European teams, having recently closed due to the sale of Aaronson to Leeds. Los Angeles above all is trying to further enhance an already strong defense, they are making technical analyzes on the possibility of inserting an experienced player like Chiellini. Suarez and Cavani can be good players for MLS, even if, as seen from Higuain’s parable in Miami, it is not obvious to do well in America. Pirlo also had many difficulties, so we also try to understand how much time these great champions can have at their disposal. They could arrive for six months, starting to play right away as the championship is halfway through, and a possible extension of a year. Right now, however, US executives are doing a lot more analysis on possible purchases than they did a few years ago.

Juventus, Pezzano: “Chiellini in America is not official, but …”

On the US Cup is an interesting experiment, in which even amateur teams can enter. It starts from the groups and reaches the final stages, now we are in the quarterfinals and there is a third division team. On the American national team, however, there is nothing to discover. The US is not a surprise, there are many players in Europe; the growth in movement is due to the increase in football practice, so statistically it is easier for great players to snack. We’ll see how he behaves at the World Cup ”.

Christian Marangio

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