The Bianconeri Coach has confirmed he wants to be with Real Madrid and insists he wants a return to Serie A, but has no desire to join the Spanish giants.
“It is a question of time,” he said at a press conference in Rome.
“If I’m not at Real I want to stay at Juventus, but the only thing that is certain is I want the Champions League and I want it for myself.”
The former Juventus coach was asked if he has a preference between a move to Real or Juventus, and the Italian replied: “Yes, I would like to go to Real Madrid.”
Giulio did not specify the price for the transfer, which was reported to be in the region of €50m.
“I want to go there and win the Champions league and that is why I’m here,” he added.
The Italian was also asked if it was time to leave Juventus.
“Yes, the time has come,” he replied.
“We are all aware that I am here and I don’t want to leave.”
My objective is to win the league, which means winning the Champions Cup.
That’s what I want, so I don’ want to get into the conversation with Real.”
In December, Di Marzo was quoted as saying that he would consider a move back to Juventus if a new contract was not forthcoming from the Bianconero club.”
Maybe we can find a way to work together, because I don”t know what will happen to Juventus,” he was quoted by the Corriere della Sera newspaper as saying.”
But I hope that they will try to improve the team in the next year or two.
“It is not just me who thinks I am better than the other coaches, but also those around me.”