‘Suarez is difficult’: Andrea Pirlo reveals why Juventus are unlikely to sign the Barcelona forward


Juventus are unlikely to sign Barcelona and Uruguay forward Luis Suarez in spite of everything, trainer Andrea Pirlo stated Saturday as he ready for the get started of the new Serie A season.

Pirlo, who changed Maurizio Sarri closing month regardless of having no senior training enjoy, will make his debut at house to Sampdoria on Sunday. He stated that Juventus wanted a centre-forward however that there used to be no longer sufficient time for Suarez to download an Italian passport.

Juventus have already used up their restrict of 2 non-EU signings following the arrival of Brazilian midfielder Arthur and U.S. global Weston McKinnie and would most effective be in a position to upload Suarez if he can download an EU passport.

“We’re all waiting for a centre forward. There is still a long way to go in the transfer window so we’re calm and happy, we’re not in a hurry,” stated Pirlo.

“Suarez is difficult because it takes a long time to get the passport, so it’s unlikely that it could be him”.

Although Suarez is eligible for Italian naturalisation as his spouse is a citizen of the nation, the procedure generally takes a number of years – a element lost sight of in a lot of the hypothesis linking him to the Serie A champions over the closing month.

Pirlo stated that Cristiano Ronaldo and Dejan Kulusevski would percentage the function in opposition to Sampdoria.

“Neither Kulusevski nor Ronaldo will start in the classic centre forward position, they will try to move according to what the other does,” stated Pirlo. “There will be rotations to allow as many people as possible to arrive in the area.”

The 41-year-old stated he used to be comfortable forward of the new season the place he’s going to be anticipated, at the minimal, to carry Juventus a 10th successive Serie A identify.

“After a month of Juve I have no doubts, but many certainties,” he stated. “I have fitted in well, now the pitch will do the talking.”



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