Storari willing to leave Juventus

Juventus goalkeeper Marco Storari has stated he would leave the club in January if Gianluigi Buffon returns to fitness and takes his place in the team.
Buffon, Juve’s long-term number one, sustained an injury during last summer’s World Cup that has ruled him out all season. Storari was signed as a temporary replacement for Buffon and has been one of the most impressive keepers in Serie A this season.
It has emerged now that Storari won’t be content to sit on the bench when Buffon returns to action in January. Storari said: “The directors who took me to Sampdoria signed me for Juventus, they know me and my ideas. At my age I don’t want to sit on the bench, I want to play”.
“If I don’t get that opportunity at Juventus then I will calmly evaluate my situation, even if I want to lay some roots here”.
Storari has also claimed that he deserves an international call-up for his good form this season. He added: “It seems impossible for me not to be in the squad.
“History tells us that if a goalkeeper plays for Juve, Milan or Inter, he isn’t foreign and is playing well then they end up in the national squad”.
“They have experience and know how much certain jerseys weigh. My 33 years can’t be a problem, because the role of a goalkeeper is a unique one”.
“Emiliano Viviano, Salvatore Sirigu and Antonio Mirante will be amongst the top goalkeepers in the world in a few years time, but right now they lack experience.” Welcome Bonus Offer Betway

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