Disgraced former director Luciano Moggi has confirmed he'll be in the stands for Juventus-Milan, ending a five-year absence.
The figure at the centre of the Calciopoli trial has not attended a Bianconeri game since May 7, 2006, in a fixture against Palermo.
However, he told Chiambretti Night television programme that he had bought a ticket and will watch Juve-Milan on Saturday evening with friends.
It fuels already existing rumours that Moggi is preparing a shock comeback to the Juventus Board of Directors.
“These are not issues that concern me. I am interested only in football and do not care if Moggi will come to see us,” noted Coach Gigi Del Neri.
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