Juventus loanee Mohamed Ihattaren doesn’t seem to have any intentions of returning to Sampdoria, as he reportedly made a statement by buying a house in Holland.

Juventus signed the player over the summer and sent him on loan to Sampdoria, but he has yet to feature for the Blucerchiati.

Reports emerged the former PSV Eindhoven player was considering retiring from football at 19, as he is refusing to return to Italy.

Report: Ihattaren thinks about retiring from football

Dutch media, including bd.nl, reports the player owned by Juventus has bough a villa worth around €1m in Tilburg, in the Stokhasselt Sud district.

His move is being interpreted as a statement that the player doesn’t want to return to Italy after leaving in October and wants to restart in the Netherlands.

Juventus and Sampdoria lose sight of Ihattaren

3 thought on “Report: Ihattaren bought a house in Holland”
  1. @ Bubble lol.few years ago messi bought property in italy…
    A house is a commodity,could be a gift to someone,could be to live yourself in later or could be pure an investment.
    If you have money its just smart to put in in housing…lots of football players have property outside the country they’re working

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