Pavel Nedved says he’s not bothered when Juventus wrap up the Scudetto – so long as they are crowned Italian champions.
There is a chance that the Old Lady could make sure of the title in the derby against Torino or on May 5 – a significant date in the club’s history given their comeback title win in 2002.
“I have no preference over what date we do it on,” the director stated. “I just want to win it. The last minute of the last game of the season would do for me.”
Juve need just seven points from their last six games to clinch the title and they’ll face a Milan side on Sunday who are attempting to get Mario Balotelli back from suspension on appeal.
“I expect a great game between two great sides,” Nedved continued. “It’ll be beautiful, but it is always better when all the champions are on the pitch.”
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