Mauro Camoranesi believes that despite their best efforts, something still isn't working at his former club Juventus.
The Bianconeri have struggled in Serie A and qualification for next year's Champions League looks unlikely, especially after last night's 2-2 draw with Catania.
Interviewed by La Gazzetta dello Sport, Camoranesi said: “It's difficult to judge from the outside, but Juve have been looking to re-launch themselves for five years and always find themselves having to start all over again.
“Many things have changed and it's evident that there is something not working.”
Asked about the circumstances surrounding his departure last summer, Camoranesi said: “I haven't a problem with Juventus.
“I don't hold any bitterness towards them, actually, I will always be grateful because they allowed me to win, establish myself and travel the world. But it could have ended in a different way.
“Both parties knew that the moment to say goodbye had arrived, but the club could have avoided putting players who they had decided to sell out of the squad.”
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