Juventus’ Juan Cuadrado (left) celebrates his goal during the final minute of the first half of the Italian Super Cup at the San Siro stadium in Rome, Italy, on June 18, 2018.
A Juventus legend will retire after scoring more than 20 goals for the club, which he joined in 1994.
Cuadrados goal was the first time he had scored in a Serie A match.
Juventus and Juventus’ players have been linked for years with the transfer of one or both of the players.
A recent report suggested the Bianconeri are set to meet with the Paris St Germain star for a deal.
The report also suggested Juventus are willing to pay a €20 million transfer fee for the Argentine.
Former Juventus midfielder Roberto Mancini, who was at the club from 2005 to 2011, said: “If there’s any player I would want to retire from the club that would have a great leg.
I can’t think of any other.”
If I’d known I’d retired it would have been in my eyes, but it’s great for the football club that I have.
“It’s very difficult for me because I have the memories of a lot of players who played in the club and it’s nice to have that.”
But at the same time I’d like to stay.
My family and I want to keep playing.