Juventus manager, Maurizio Sarri has said he is not looking forward to the January transfer window because it is always boring.
Juve was beaten 3-1 by Lazio yesterday even after scoring first through Cristiano Ronaldo. Everything fell apart for the Italian champions after Juan Cuadrado was red-carded.
As they keep fumbling as a team, there have been shouts for the club to buy new players in January but Sarri is not having it.
His words, “The transfer market is the last thing I want to do in life, it bores me to death,”
“I like to do my job, which is to coach. I will work to find solutions.”
On the quality in the Serie A, “I was in the Premier League and the level was high,” he said. “If I think about when I left Italy two years ago, there is now a better level. The smaller teams have a good technical level and are always fighting.
“Fortunately, our championship is improving.
“The thing that interests me now is to suffer less and to ensure that, come the final whistle, we have won our games.”
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