Juventus sanctioned, Di Maria makes a decision

Juventus Turin attacking midfielder Angel Di Maria has reacted to the serious sanction imposed on the Italian club, which suffered a withdrawal of 15 points in the table for financial irregularities.

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Eliminated from the Champions League and distanced from the race for the Scudetto, the Juventus Torino took a big hit in the back of the head on Friday. Suspected of serious financial irregularities and non-compliance with financial fair play, the Old Lady was given a 15-point standings withdrawal by the Federal Court of Appeals. As a result of the standings, the Bianconeri trained by Massimiliano Allegri fell to ninth place in Serie A with 23 points, 14 lengths behind AS Roma (4th). Suffice to say that subject to an appeal which will give a favorable opinion and allow it to limit the damage, the club based in Piedmont can already say goodbye to a qualification for the next C1.

“I arrived at the worst time”

After the draw conceded on Sunday at home against Atalanta Bergamo (3-3), on behalf of the 19th day of Serie A, Angel Di Maria reversed this heavy sentence. Asked by DAZN, the Argentine attacking midfielder admits living a delicate period with Juventus Turin. But the 2022 world champion with the Albiceleste, at the end of his contract next June, nevertheless wishes to remain faithful to the Italians, joined free last summer following the non-extension of his contract at Paris Saint-Germain. The 34-year-old does not want this terrible sanction to upset his plans for the rest of his career.

3 goals in 14 appearances

“I arrived at the worst moment for Juventus in recent years, but Juventus are brilliant. We are a winning team. My future ? He will not be conditioned by these vicissitudes. My decisions are made above all for my family, who are very happy here in Turin. I am in one of the most important clubs in the world”dropped “El Fideo”, three goals and five assists in fourteen games in all competitions since the start of the 2022-2023 season.

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