In recent weeks, there has been a lot of speculation about Wojciech Szczęsny’s transfer in Italy that he will break up with Juventus. He is replaced by Milan goalkeeper Donnarumma, whose contract with the Milan team will expire at the end of June.
Szczęsny himself mentioned the confusion in the pages of the website meczyki.pl.-I have remained silent so far, but I have contacted the club and have been told that no one has any doubts about my first position. There are no changes to this topic. The club counts on me and will not sell it to me 100%. I also want to stay. Perfect arrangement-Juventus goalkeeper announced.
The goalkeeper also talked about Massimiliano Allegri’s return to Juventus as coach. Allegri will succeed Andrea Pirlo in this position. -We cherish each other, we have had good cooperation in the past. I think Allegri not only sees me as a goalkeeper, but also as a person. Through this prism, I suit him. (…) Many teams are changing coaches for Serie A, and Juventus are winning this battle again. The men’s winner is back-Szczesny added.
The Polish representative who stays in the Turin team means that Donnarumma, who wants to earn at least 10 million euros every season, will definitely not come to Juventus. Italian goalkeeper agent Mino Raiola (Mino Raiola) is still working hard to get along with Milan on the terms of the contract. Milan recently brought in a new goalkeeper-Mike Menion from Lille-in case Donnarumma decides to leave San Siro after his contract expires.
Interestingly, Gianluigi’s brother Antonio Donnarumma is about to go to Juventus. He will play for the U-23 team. Contrary to appearance, this is important information for Wojciech Szczęsny, because it also heralds his brother’s transfer-we wrote in early May.
Szczesny played 30 games in Serie A last season, and he conceded 6 games with zero goals. Throughout the season, he defended 67 of 95 shots (70.5% efficiency). Donnarumma can boast of a slightly better result. In 37 games, he made 90 of 125 shots and 14 zero seals.