When will the new Pirlo come to Italy?
By Alessandro MazzottaIn the current edition of Serie A, Pirlos name has been synonymous with the league he was a part of for a decade, but a few months ago he was in Milan.
It was not the first time Pirlós name has popped up in the headlines for the club.
In 2011, the striker made a surprise return to Italy for the first team, having been suspended for three months after an anti-doping probe.
That incident was followed by his release from a loan spell at Fiorentina.
The player returned to the Italian capital for the start of the season, and is currently in training with the Under 21 squad.
The squad is expected to arrive in Italy on Thursday, and the new signing is set to be named in the squad on Thursday evening.
The new arrival will make his debut on Thursday against Udinese, the club where Pirlou was originally signed by, according to Pazzi.
The move is also expected to be a big coup for the young Italian, who scored the winning goal against Udine in the league match last year.
Pirlotti was also the man who signed the player in the summer of 2014.
“It’s a very good day for me.
I can’t say anything more, but the team is ready and we’ll give our best,” Pirlotto told reporters on Thursday.
“I feel good.
I don’t have anything to prove, but I’m excited to play.
I’m a young player, I’m learning and I’m hungry.”
Pirlo is expected, as well, to make his Serie A debut on Saturday against Bologna.
The 20-year-old is expected play in the second leg of the tie at the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza.
“He is a young and talented player.
It’s good to have him,” coach Cesare Prandelli told Sky Italia.
“In the beginning he had a good time in Italy and the league, but we need him to be here and we have to play him as well.
He’s ready to play, he’s playing well and his fitness is good.”
The new addition to the Juventus squad will also make his international debut against Spain in La Liga.
Pirló is currently on international duty with Italy, where he has scored in three matches.