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JUVENTUS, Vidal: "I want to end my career here"

09.10.2012 01.00 by Marco Gori  read 2455
Source: fifa.com
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Interviewed by FIFA official website, Juventus midfielder Arturo Vidal has declared: "Living in Germany and now Italy has helped me become more mature, to think things through better and express myself more appropriately. Things went well for me in Germany but I’m now playing for one of the world’s most historic clubs, we just won the title unbeaten and I’m fulfilling both my own expectations and those of the people who brought me here. I was aware when I joined that the team hadn’t been getting good results, but I also knew I was signing for a European giant. When I agreed the move I did so thinking we could turn things around and fight for the championship, and that’s how it turned out. Moving to Spain or England? I’ve not thought about it. I repeat that I’ve very happy here and if I had to spend the rest of my career here I’d do so gladly".

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