The mythical Italian goalkeeper and world champion with the Azzurra team, Gianluigi Buffon, 'shook the hornet's nest' in Mexican Soccer in this wi
The mythical Italian goalkeeper and world champion with the Azzurra team, Gianluigi Buffon, ‘shook the hornet’s nest’ in Mexican Soccer in this winter transfer market, because in an interview with the former FC Barcelona player and now a TUDN analyst, Hristo Stoichkov said that playing in Liga MX is on his wish list before retiring as a professional.
The former Juventus and PSG goalkeeper assured that playing in Mexican Soccer or in the MLS in the United States are experiences that he would like to have before saying goodbye to the playing fields, hinting that there is still time to put an end to it to your career.
“These are experiences that I would like to have. After we return to Parma in Serie A we will see what happens with one last experience,” said the champion in Germany 2006.
Buffon plays for Parma in Italy in Serie B, a team he intends to help in his career to achieve promotion, as it is a way to reward him for his training as a footballer.
“Surely they will see the same person who enjoys life, I always bring out the positive. If you ask me what I have in mind for the future, I do not know if I will be a coach or a manager; I want to master English, be a manager in the United States or Australia,” said Gigi .
In the interview with TUDN, the Italian goalkeeper spoke about the quality of goalkeepers that exists today in the elite teams in football in Europe, highlighting the promising present and future of his compatriot, Gianluigi Donnarumma.
“Today we have strong, strong goalkeepers. Oblak, Courtois, Neuer, Ter Stegen, Donnarumma and Navas come to mind, but I don’t have one who is a step above the rest. The one who could potentially achieve it is Donnarumma el next year “he said.