Wed 27 July 2022 | 11:26

Vlahovic aims to score 30 goals and win the Serie A

The Serbian star joined Juve in January and hopes to improve in the coming seasons.



Dusan Vlahovic

aims to score 30 goals next season and win his first trophy in his first full season in Turin, as well as become the first player since 2008-09 to win the Serie A title and the season's top scorer.

Vlahovic has scored 24 goals in this Serie A season, 7 of which were after his transfer from Fiorentina to Juve, and only

Ciro Immobile

scored 27 goals better than him. He, who made his debut in Serie A in 2018, has scored 51 goals in 113 games. Juve finished fourth last season and now Vlahovic has announced that he has big goals in mind.

"I have read that in the last 10 to 12 years the top scorer has never won the Scudetto, but there is always a first time, right?

"Team goals come before personal ones, it's more important for Juve to win, but if I score 30 goals and we become Italian champions, for me that's fine.

"It's the only gift I want. Everything else passes, only the successes remain.

"In Serbia, Italian football was followed a lot, we push beyond our limits to get victories.

"I grew up with the aim of becoming a winner and I will do everything to make it into Juve's history, given the players who have been here." 

Asked about leaving Fiorentina for Juventus, Vlahovic said: 

"It wasn't a difficult choice because Juve is a glorious club, very close to my way of working: fighting, never giving up until the end, believing even when it seems that all is lost is my philosophy and that of the club too," he added.

"We all know what Juve represent in Italy. For me, it is a pleasure and an honour to defend these colours."

source: SportMob

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