Chiellini rules out Juve exit

Juventus defender Giorgio Chiellini insists he would reject any move to leave the club this summer.

Last Updated: 04/08/13 at 16:29 Post Comment

Giorgio Chiellini: No plans to leave Juventus

Giorgio Chiellini: No plans to leave Juventus

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The Italian international has been linked with the likes of Real Madrid and Manchester City over the last few years, but Chiellini remains committed to Juve.

The 28-year-old says he is happy in Turin and wants to be part of an exciting future with the bianconeri.

"Every summer I hear transfer stories around me or Claudio Marchisio, but a lot of it is fantasy football," the defender told Tuttosport.

"Beppe Marotta said clearly that this is not a selling club. Besides, it would be crazy to leave Juventus now that the project is taking off, even if Real Madrid came calling.

"Now that we have added a few more pieces [players], now that we are more solid, we aim to continue on this path."

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