With Juve he won multiple championships and showed the world all his talent: now that he is away from Turin, he would like to return home.
Juve, between 2011 and 2021, he literally dominated a decade of Italian footballthanks to important corporate investments, winning strategies and above all extraordinary footballers, capable of overturning the outcomes of matches with their talent.
This is for example the case with Dybala and Higuain, the golden pair that was renamed ‘HD’, to recall the high definition of TVs. Definitely an appropriate epithet for a duo who, although they had a relatively short life, made millions of Juventus fans dream right away.
An important pair for an equally notable expense: Joya was taken in 2015 from Zamparini’s Palermo for 40 million euros, called upon to have the difficult task of replacing the departing Tevez after the Champions League final lost in Berlin.
The second was literally the deal of the year 2016 and the first real deal in which unprecedented economic strength was felt: 90 million euros and release clause paid to Napoli, just to have the version at the Stadium prime del Pipita in black and white.
That Champions League only came close
2017 was the year in which history seemed to have been written: nothing more could have been done than what was done to aim to win the ‘cursed’ Champions League. And instead, the fans’ dreams were shattered as always at the best moment, in the Cardiff debacle against Cristiano Ronaldo and his companions.
Of course, that one remains memorable ride that saw the unstoppable tandem duo establish themselves: for Dybala, the night at the Stadium against Messi’s Barcelona was a watershed moment and that brace established him as an absolute champion. Higuain was decisive throughout the season, scoring an impressive 32 goals in all competitions.
Cost what it costs
The next year, Marotta and Paratici scored an incredible shot: it was what transformed the duo into a trident Douglas Costa, arrived from Bayern Munich for 46 million euros. In his three and a half seasons with Juventus, he won 3 championships, 1 of which as an absolute protagonist (the first).
In recent days, the Brazilian has released himself from the Los Angeles Galaxy and, interviewed by tuttojuve.comrevealed: “No player in the world can refuse Juventus. It is the club of my heart, which I love and I would certainly never deny a call from the club“. Words that open a window to a return that would be sensational.
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