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Mathijs de Ligt gave an interview to 'Tuttosport' and,, amongst other things, made clear that he is very happy at Juventus. There are those who said that his intention was to leave Turin, but the Dutchman has denied that is the case.
Matthijs de Ligt has a privileged head. To read football from the back, as he handles the clearance of the ball like few other CBs, and for aerial battles, making him a strong defender and a great weapon for attacking set-pieces. After falling in love at Ajax, Juventus are giving him a demanding lesson.
Italy's footballers' union (AIC) on Tuesday slammed the government's decision not to allow a return to training for team sports while easing coronavirus restrictions for individual athletes. Meanwhile, De Ligt went back to the Netherlands and Acerbi was very critical of the measures.
Goals from Donny van de Beek and Matthijs de Ligt cancelled out Ronaldo's early effort.
Matthijs de Ligt analysed his first season at Juventus and recalled how he struggled at the beginning before he gradually adapted to life in Turin.
The 2018-19 season was that of Matthijs de Ligt's consecration as a professional footballer. Last summer everyone was fighting for him, but Juve were the ones that got him in the end. Real Madrid exited the bidding because they opted for Eder Militao.
The controversial representative is one of the most phoned men at these times. He represents some of the most appetising players on the market at the moment.
Despite the fact Matthijs de Ligt was the star signing for Juventus last summer, Manchester United are willing to satisfy the desire of their manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. That is to sign the Dutch central defender for next season, 'ESPN' has revealed.
Matthijs de Ligt reviewed the last few months of his career on 'Ziggo' and spoke about his change of team and arrival at Juventus. He also had words for his friend Frenkie de Jong.
Matthijs de Ligt's Juventus move has been a success, but the youngster has not been helped by Giorgio Chiellini's absence, says Mino Raiola.
Cristiano Ronaldo stretched his scoring streak to nine consecutive league games with a penalty double on Sunday as Juventus bounced back from last weekend's defeat to Napoli with a 3-0 win over Fiorentina.