Juric considering Verona exit

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Ivan Juric will ‘take a few days to think’ about whether he’ll remain at Hellas Verona, as the club warned ‘if we don’t sell, then we can’t buy. I just want things to be clear.’

The final game of the season is against Napoli on Sunday at 19.45 UK time (18.45 GMT), click here for a match preview.

It’s a crucial match for the Partenopei, who need a victory to be sure of a top four finish, whereas Hellas are stuck in mid-table.

Ivan Juric will ‘take a few days to think’ about whether he’ll remain at Hellas Verona, as the club warned ‘if we don’t sell, then we can’t buy. I just want things to be clear.’

The final game of the season is against Napoli on Sunday at 19.45 UK time (18.45 GMT), click here for a match preview.

It’s a crucial match for the Partenopei, who need a victory to be sure of a top four finish, whereas Hellas are stuck in mid-table.

“With all honest, I say this season has been wonderful. I ran into difficulties that two or three years ago I might not have been able to deal with, instead we stayed sharp and concentrated on what mattered. It was a year of growth and understanding,” said the coach in his press conference.

“I met with the President and the situation was presented to me. I’ll take a few days to think about it, with my family and everyone else, and a decision will be made.

“The important thing is that the situation is clear, that everyone agrees on the objectives, which I think was something we lacked at the start of this season. I was told that if we don’t sell, then we can’t buy. That is the situation.

“We’ll lose all the players who were on loan, so we basically don’t have a squad. I am not afraid of a battle, I just want things to be clear. We achieved a great deal without practically investing a single Euro. If a big club arrives, any Hellas Verona player will go. The important thing is to have the right mentality while they are here.”

Juric will not deny he has received several proposals and is considering his future beyond the Stadio Bentegodi.

“There has been some contact, just as there was last year. I listen, then discuss it with my family, considering the pros and cons. There are three parameters to consider: ambition, the economic aspect and family. I’ve also got an instinctive feel to consider too.

“Once a decision is made, you have to get down to work and not complain. The important thing is that everything is clear."

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