Gioia Vazquez-Savio: ‘I’ve had it’ with Juventus

GioIA Vazqueros-Savioli has revealed he has ‘had it’ and wants to move on from the Juventus coaching position.

The former Barcelona, Inter and Juventus player joined the Bianconeri on a one-year contract after leaving Barcelona in 2014, and has been one of the most consistent performers at the Juventus backline in recent years.

However, after an unsuccessful trial at Barca’s famed Camp Nou, Vazques-Savios-Saviale announced he would be returning to the Italian giants after spending his entire time as a player in Spain.

However he says he wants to make his career in Italy.

“I have had it, I’ve been working in Turin, I have a great future here and I’m looking forward to starting again at Juventus,” he said.

“The team is ready and the coach wants to stay, he is our coach, but I want to be the one who is going to do everything in the right way and in the best way.”

It’s been a great experience, I know it’s a big step, I hope I can continue with it.

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article GIOIA VASQUEZ-SAVPIO has revealed his wish to leave the Nou Camp this summer, saying he has had it with the club.

The 26-year-old was sacked as Juventus’ coach in August after a disastrous three-year spell, following a 1-0 defeat to Barca in the Champions League in March.

But he has returned to the Biancocelesti on a short-term deal, and says he has “no intention” of returning to Turin.”

There are many reasons, some good, some bad, but it’s always the same: I love the club and I love my fans,” he told Radio Roma.”

When I left Barcelona, it was a good feeling, and I had a good relationship with the fans.

“Now, I want something else, I don’t want to stay here, but at the moment I want Juventus to be where I want them to be.”

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Giovia Saviolo’s decision to return to Turina has been controversial.

The Argentine is expected to replace Giovanni Trapattoni in the post, with Vazquera having already hinted he will be making his way to the Bernabeu in the coming weeks.

“We are all aware of the situation, and the club’s position has not changed, we’ve had a lot of discussions with him and he’s the coach of our national team,” Juventus sporting director Giuseppe Marotta told Sky Sport Italia.

“As a result, I am happy that Gioias is returning, because it’s clear that we need someone who has experience in this position.”

Vazquez has also been linked with a move to Liverpool, with the midfielder also reportedly considering his future at the Anfield club.