Juventus’ legendary goalkeeper has praised the fans’ support of him in his career.
’ legendary goalkeeper has talked about the importance of the fans’ support in his long career with the club as he gets closer to the end of his second spell at Turin.
The Italian stopper returned to the club after two years in Paris, and now he hasn’t extended his contract with the Old Lady and has confirmed that he will finish his career elsewhere.
"You were the frame within which I painted my Bianconeri history,"
said of the fans
"In 20 years you never abandoned me, you always supported and encouraged me. Together we sank and together we were reborn.
"Together we experienced infinite joy and together we experienced profound disappointment.
"A simple thank you would never be sufficient to repay the infinite affection you showed me uninterrupted for 20 years."
The 43-year-old has made 176 appearances for his national team from 1997 to 2018. He made his final game for the Bianconeri in the Coppa Italia final against Atalanta, where he won his fifth Coppa Italia title.
He joined Juve in 2001 from Parma and won 10 Serie A titles with the Old Lady, so we will have to wait and see what happens to the 43-year-old after he finishes his stay at the club.