Luca Marrone is hoping that his Juventus side will soon be able to display the Italian Cup in their new club museum.
The centre was officially opened last night  and the Old Lady, fresh from their Scudetto success, will have a chance to show off the Coppa Italia in it should they defeat Napoli on Sunday.
“This museum represents Juve’s history, it’s something unique and makes you realise the importance of wearing this shirt,” the young midfielder noted.
“The trophy room is truly special and we know we’re playing to fill it even more. We’ll try and win another Cup in Sunday’s Coppa Italia Final.
“Napoli are a great team, they’re not going through the best of spells, but anything can happen in a one-off game.
“We’re ready, we’ve put the title celebrations behind us and the Coach has immediately prepared us in the right manner.”
Marrone, 22, appeared in three Serie A games this season and scored on the last day of the season against Atalanta. He was also used on three occasions in Coppa games.
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