Just two years after losing the most adored in the club – majestic Francesco Totti, Romanismo is losing another icon. This unique club is losing another soul of it and appears the player isn’t leaving entirely on his own terms. The Roman soldier joined the Serie A giants in 2000 from his hometown club Ostia Mare, has made 615 appearances and scored 63 goals to date for the Giallorossi in all competitions, putting him second on the club’s list of all-time leading appearance-makers.
After dominating the Italian peninsula in the last seven years, Juventus believe it is time to dominate on the continent and who else can lead the Bianconeris to European success if not a five-time winner Cristiano Ronaldo. The Portuguese attacker believes he is still the best in the business at 33; he said “I am […]