Juventus director Beppe Marotta denied he will leave the club to become President of the FIGC, even if it is “a dream.”
There have been reports over the last few days that Marotta could be considered as a full-time head of the Italian Football Federation, after the various authorities failed to elect a new leader.
“I don’t believe that I have finished my experience at Juventus yet,” Marotta told Mediaset Premium today.
“Being the FIGC President would be a dream come true, but this is not a short-to-medium-term issue.
“President Andrea Agnelli respects me, while with Pavel Nedved and Fabio Paratici we have built a strong model of how to run a club that acts as a reference point.
“The FIGC dream could come true at a later date.”
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