37 years old, Chiellini refused to end his career at Juventus

12 Th4 2022 | 14:41 | Football

 Giorgio Chiellini has been with Juventus since 2004, but the legend’s time in Turin could end in the summer.

Chiellini’s career at Juventus

Giorgio Chiellini spent 17 years at Juventus. The legendary midfielder is 37 years old this year, but he still has a contract with the Old Lady until the end of next season. However, the contract could end sooner, in the context of him receiving interest from MLS.

Chiellini said when asked about her future plans: ” I am enjoying these days, I am happy and peaceful, I will have to learn and evaluate many things.

Over 17 memorable seasons, Chiellini made 554 appearances for Juventus, taking on the club’s captaincy when Gianluigi Buffon left for Paris Saint-Germain in 2018.

Chiellini talks about Juventus and Pirlo, Prandelli - Football

 Chiellini is a legend of Italy and Juventus.

He has won 19 trophies, reached two Champions League finals, and is the only man to feature in all nine of Juve’s Serie A titles during the Golden Age of the Old Lady.

On the international stage, Chiellini has made 116 caps for the national team and led Italy to the European Championship in 2021. He has yet to officially retire from his Azzurri service, but has not been able to help Roberto Mancini’s side win. tickets to the World Cup 2022 after the shock loss of the play-off match against North Macedonia.

Italy has missed two World Cups in a row after failing to go to Russia in 2018.

Thanh Vu | 18:29 April 12, 2022

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