CAGLIARI – Pietro Paolo Virdis , a former Juventus and AC Milan striker, has unveiled a transfer market background .
Virdis spoke of his move from Cagliari to Juventus during an interview with Le Lunatiche on Rai Radio 2 .
The former Juventus center-forward would have liked to stay in Sardinia but the company was forced to sell it for economic reasons .
Virdis declarations are reported by dagospia.com.
“There is little to say, I didn't want to go to Juventus .
I asked the president of Cagliari to keep me but he told me that they had to sell me because they had no more money .
Sacks? What can I say, he was a revolutionary, a coach with whom it was not easy to start but who then convinced us and dragged us into this great adventure.
He was an excellent motivator, he had the good fortune to find great players together, but he was good at putting them together and creating a game that even led that team to be considered one of the greatest of all time if not the bigger.
The Scudetto with AC Milan?
It was the culmination of a pursuit that we pruned for a long part of the championship, Napoli was ahead of us, but we never had a moment of doubt, news came from Naples, they too were in great difficulty and we we found even greater stimuli.
We managed to get to the game with a huge charge but we managed to win it and then to win a championship that was the first and I think historic too. "
Source: Blitz Quotidiano