Fabio Quagliarella has underlined how happy he is to be playing Champions League football with Juventus.
The player’s future is in some doubt given that he isn’t guaranteed first team football in Turin, but he marked his return to the side last night with a goal in the 2-0 win over Celtic.
“I want to underline that I have never turned down offers from other clubs because I have never considered leaving Juventus,” he stated.
“The Champions League represents a dream for me. I’d always watched the competition on television before, but to be a part of it is unique.
“I’m happy with my performances and I’m always at the disposal of the Coach. I’m ready when I’m needed.
“It was a great game against Celtic,” he added. “I scored one and created the other. I’m really happy.”
Quagliarella is Juventus’ top scorer this season with 11 goals in 22 matches.
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