However, the entourage of the club chief immediately denied those claims, suggesting that there had been no contact over a potential move to Juventus and also affirming that the Spaniard would not leave the French side anytime soon. The representative of Longoria said,
“Pablo could be flattered that Juventus are thinking of him. It’s his club, he owes him his career and what he does today, but a departure from OM is not at all on the agenda.”
Before joining OM, Longoria had a glittering spell with Juventus, where he was working as their chief scout. He became the technical director at Valencia after leaving his position at the Italian club.
Juventus have not had a satisfactory start to the campaign as the Old Lady has already suffered elimination from the Champions League this season. The general feeling around the Bianconeri indicates that they need some radical alterations in terms of impactful individuals and decision-makers at the top of the club.
GFFN | Jyotirmoy Halder