Marotta wasn’t sure about signing Dybala
- Juve's CEO Marotta confirms his club have pushed him out
- Former Inter defender Beppe Bergom regretted and hail Marotta
Bergomi spoke to Sky Sport about Marotta’s Juventus exit:"I am really sorry for him because I think he is a great director. Although I had a discussion with him after the last commentary of Inter-Juventus, I think he is a prepared manager who’s always work very well."
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"Marotta is a prepared director", Bergomi said. "When he signed Dybala for € 40 million he was shaking. He was saying: ‘Let’s hope it all goes well’. He wasn’t sure [about the signing]. Now, I don’t know if Ronaldo has something to do with his choice. Ronaldo signed a four-year contract and he will leave Juventus when he is 38.
"You can afford him for the first couple of years but what happens after that? Maybe Marotta was wrong about Ronaldo or maybe that’s not the reason he left but Marotta has always worked very well."