Giorgio Chiellini plans his last Italy game against Argentina: “When I’m fit I’ll say goodbye to the Azzurri at Wembley, where I’ve reached the pinnacle of my international career, and maybe in general. This win was so unique. It will definitely be my last match with them. It’s time to let the youngsters play who are capable.”
Instead, the defender is yet to decide what to do at club level as rumors of a possible move to MLS continue to mount. He commented DAZN (about SportMediaset): “We’ll see. We still have to seal the Champions League qualification and try to win the Coppa Italia. Then I will discuss with my two families at home and on the pitch and assess what needs to be done next year. Me I’m 38 so it’s normal to reconsider everything.”
Chiellini will still be part of Juventus in the long run, even if he leaves in the short term: “My love story with the Bianconeri is not over and will never end. And I think it goes both ways. I restocked very late last year so I live day by day with happiness and serenity.”
“It’s important to finish well and try to climb the table. It would help us start 2022-2023 better. Our growth during the season was important, but our position in the standings is fair. We lost a lot of points early on. The ambition of this club is to win, so we must never be satisfied.”
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