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Juventus will lose one of its legends: it has been in Turin since 2005, and Giorgio Chiellini will leave at the end of the season

It’s a thunderclap in the world of European football.

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J37-year-old Euorgio Chiellini announced, Thursday, that he will leave Juventus Turin at the end of the season, the club in which he has played since 2005 and won 19 titles with him. He announced his decision after losing the Italian Cup final against Inter Milan (2-4 B).

Le défenseur international italien, qui disputera son 117e et dernier match en équipe nationale le 1er juin contre l’Argentine à Wembley, a assuré ne pas savoir s’il allait arrêter définitivement le football ou se lancer extimes a ple en ure éul from the north.

“I don’t know, I have to do the assessments with my family,” he told a news conference at the Stadio Olimpico after the match against the Nerazzurri. “I am happy to leave this year, to give space to the youth. The player, who will play his last match at Juventus Stadium on Monday against Lazio Roma, added the player.


Chiellini, linked to the impressive defense of Juventus consisting of Leonardo Bonucci and Gianluigi Buffon, won nine trophies with Juventus, five Italian Cups and five Italian titles.

He started his career at Levoner in 2000 and joined Fiorentina four years later where he only stayed for one season before joining Juventus.

He was the captain of the “Nacional” team that won the European Championship 2020 on July 11 at Wembley against England. He also lost the Euro 2012 final in Kyiv against Spain.

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