Marco Motta says he’ll return to Juventus once his Catania loan ends and then wait for any developments.
The right-back joined the Sicilian club in January after failing to play a single minute for Juve boss Antonio Conte.
Since his switch, the winner of one Italian cap has featured in 12 Serie A games for a total of 972 minutes.
“It has been great here, everything has – the city, the fans and all of the people who work with this club,” he told Itasportpress.
“I still have two games left to play for Catania and then I’ll be heading back to Juventus. We’ll have to see what happens after that.”
Motta joined Juve in the summer of 2010 from Udinese after a spell with Roma. He’s also played for Torino and Atalanta in his career.
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