Verona boss Andrea Mandorlini has conceded that his side will miss the talents of Juan Iturbe this coming season.
The Argentine playmaker looks to have played his last game for the club, with both Milan and Juventus hot in his heels.
And the Coach has admitted that it will be difficult to replace the former Porto man, however, he is confident they can cope without the trequartista.
“At the moment, Juve and Milan seem like the most credible options,” he told Gazzetta dello Sport.
“He has such quality that I’m sure any team would be interested in signing Juan.
“Wherever he goes, I’m sure he’ll demonstrate what a quality player he is.
“We’re certainly going to miss him, but he has to follow his own path.
“I’m delighted to have coached him. But I can tell you it’s going to be impossible to keep him here.
“Luca Toni though, is sure to be here. Last year he was back to his best.
“It wasn’t only the goals that were important however, it was also his positive attitude.”
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