Juventus’ Kwadwo Asamoah has released an open statement on his future.
After spending four years with Udinese, the versatile player moved to Juvenuts in 2012 and has played 156 games and scored five goals for the Turin giants. He won the Serie A title every season he spent there and has matured into a player of high versatility and fine quality. He also played in two Champions League finals.
And now Asamoah has decided it’s time to move on. He has confirmed that despite being offered a new deal to keep him at the Allianz Stadium, he will leave the club this summer. He’s found the decision a tough one to make, and admits that playing against Juventus in the future will be ‘unbearably austere’. It is believed he is set to join Inter Milan.
To the fans he sends a message that decision had to be made purely in the interest of his family, and he hopes they will find a way to understand it.
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