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Tuesday, August 13, 2019

“I never thought of wearing the Juventus shirt” – Marcelo confirms Serie A offer to leave Real Madrid



Genuine Madrid left-back Marcelo has affirmed he was reached about a potential move to Serie An over the mid year. 

The 31-year-old persevered through an intense battle last season, beginning only 21 La Liga matches, in the wake of falling behind Sergio Reguilon in the pecking request. 

Was Marcelo near leaving Real? Five things to know… 

Marcelo began only 21 La Liga matches last season. 

The 31-year-old dropped out of support with previous administrator Santiago Solari. 

Zidane's arrival saw Marcelo reestablished and skipper Real Madrid. 

Marcelo affirmed he had gotten enthusiasm from Serie A clubs in the late spring. 

Be that as it may, the Brazilian demands he never thought of exchanging. 

Thus, the Brazilian was being connected with a move away from Real Madrid over the late spring, with Juventus touted as a potential goal – cooperating with previous partner Cristiano Ronaldo. 

Be that as it may, as the La Liga season edges nearer, joined with the arrival of Zinedine Zidane, Marcelo looks sure to remain at Real Madrid. 

Also, the protector has now uncovered there was never any opportunity of him leaving the Santiago Bernabeu in spite of the intrigue. 

"I was drawn closer by Italian clubs (about a move)," he told Gazzetta dello Sport. 

"Yet, they were just bits of gossip. In all actuality I cherish Real Madrid, it is my home and the best club on the planet. 

"In my mind there was never a thought that I would wear a Juventus shirt, I am focused on Real Madrid." 

Genuine Madrid commencement their new La Liga crusade on Saturday August 17 away to Celta Vigo. 

Marcelo anticipates that Real should refocus 

Like Marcelo, Real Madrid persevered through their very own poor period, completing third in La Liga lastly being knocked off their roost in the Champions League. 

Los Blancos likewise experienced three unique directors, with Solari supplanting Julen Lopetegui before being prevailing by Zidane – who had at first left Madrid in May 2018. 

Be that as it may, after a late spring of positive signings, Marcelo trusts Real Madrid can come back to their best. 

"The weight on Real isn't equivalent to whatever else in the realm of game," he included. 

"At the point when Real does not win, it appears that the world breakdown. 

"This club has given such a great amount to football, more than it has gotten. Presently we have a decent blend of youth and experience, with the correct modesty we will do very well once more."