Juventus mainstay Patrice Evra in no rush to discuss contract extension

09 April at 13:02
With the Serie A season coming close to an end, Juventus are working to extend contracts of their key players.

Whilst Martin Caceres is set to leave Turin in the summer, Andrea Barzagli and Patrice Evra have been already asked to extend their J Stadium stay and the France International told L’Equipe that finding an agreement with the Old Lady won’t be an issue at all.

“I’m a very respected in Turin. If we’ll win the title this season, it would be my 7th in ten years, but I still want more.”

“It is not time to talk about contract extension, we’ll take ten minutes to find an agreement.”
 “I’d like to play in China, but it is not my objective now.”

“As long as I’ll be fit, I’ll carry on playing football and with France national team. Paolo Maldini, Ryan Giggs and Javier Zanetti are my role models, they played until 40.”

As we previously reported, Juventus have offered Evra a two-year contract extension. The former Manchester United star has scored one goal and registered three assists in 29 games in all competitions this term.

Lorenzo Bettoni @lorebetto
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