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Gatti, who debuted in blue: “I don’t look anyone in the face”. And Juve smiles – Sport

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Gatti, who debuted in blue: “I don’t look anyone in the face”.  And Juve smiles – Sport

Turin, 12 June 2022 – From the fields of the Promotion to the debut in the national team, waiting to begin the adventure with Juventus. For Federico Gatti it was an unforgettable season, closed with a bang: his debut in the blue jersey at Wembley, against England in the Nations League. The defender born in ’98 is daydreaming: only five years ago he was playing among amateurs and in the meantime he was a bricklayer and window maker. One day he would never have thought of reaching the sky with a finger, with the call of Juventus first and then of Italy, with a lot of first presence – moreover as a starter – without having played in Serie A. Italy and England yet, the “Stupendous emotion” report cards “When I enter the pitch I don’t look anyone in the face, I used to play like this in Promotion now I do it in the national team – the words of the former Frosinone after England-Italy – However it was a wonderful emotion. You must always stay focused. We had some important opportunities, then we didn’t concede. I live for this kind of matches. Who put me in more difficulty? A bit of everyone, they are very strong players, I tried to do my best. ” With excellent results, given that the performance of the Piedmontese footballer – wearing the number 3 shirt that belonged to Giorgio Chiellini – convinced everyone. Juve awaits him Good news for Juventus, who in the last repair market decided to buy him, snatching him from Turin which seemed to have grabbed him by now. Central with the vice of scoring (five in this Serie B year), Gatti will now prepare himself to present himself in the best possible way at the retirement of the Old Lady and to convince Massimiliano Allegri and the club to bet on him immediately, in a department that already has lost Chiellini and who has to deal with a Leonardo Bonucci no longer …

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