Report: Buffon agrees new Juve deal

by | Apr 17, 2020 09:09

The handshake will have to wait for now, but Gianluigi Buffon and President Andrea Agnelli have, according to Tuttosport, agreed to renew the veteran’s contract with Juventus until 2021.

The newspaper reveals that the 42-year-old goalkeeper will extend his stay until 2021 after agreeing with the President over the phone last week.

Buffon has decided to sign a new deal under the same conditions as the current deal, to prolong his career with another year and play on at least until 43.

The handshake will have to wait for now, but Gianluigi Buffon and President Andrea Agnelli have, according to Tuttosport, agreed to renew the veteran’s contract with Juventus until 2021.

The newspaper reveals that the 42-year-old goalkeeper will extend his stay until 2021 after agreeing with the President over the phone last week.

Buffon has decided to sign a new deal under the same conditions as the current deal, to prolong his career with another year and play on at least until 43.

For now, the coronavirus pandemic prevents the deal to be concluded, but the report claims Buffon will pen the new contract when the first chance presents itself and will allegedly repeat the same meetings with President Agnelli and sporting director Fabio Paratici next year.

Tuttosport writes ‘the hypothesis of seeing Buffon in goal at 44, in short, is not to be excluded’ after having played seven games in Serie A this term and 11 in total across all competitions.

The 42-year-old has kept three clean sheets in the process and conceded nine goals before the forced break in March.

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