Juventus rejects 57m euro offer from Liverpool for Merih
Liverpool offered 57 million euros for Merih Demiral, the national football player who made a name for herself with her performance in Juventus. However, the black-and-whites turned down this astronomical proposal.
Merih Demiral, who brought Juventus the final in the Italian Cup with his great performance in the Inter match, continues to be the name of the transfer.
The British press brought up a bomb claim about Merih Demiral. The British wrote that Juventus rejected the 57 million euro offer from Liverpool for Merih Demiral during the transfer period.
“This offer, which came to a player who was usually on the bench, was very attractive for Juventus. However, they decided to keep him in the team, considering the future of the club,” expressions were used.
BONUCCI-CHIELLINI’S SUCCESSOR MERİH-DE LIGT
It was stated that Juventus made the right decision for Merih Demiral with his performance in the Inter match, and it was underlined that Merih – De Ligt was the successor of the Bonuccia-Chiellini defense in Juventus. It was also emphasized that the continuation of this form of Merih means that Juventus will continue to keep him in the team.
Merih Demiral is a Turkish football player who plays in the stopper position. He plays in Juventus, one of the Serie A teams.
Praise for Merih Demiral by Andrea Pirlo
Juventus Technical Director Andrea Pirlo spoke about our national football player Merih Demiral. “Merih is a great player,” said the Italian teacher.
After beating Inter in the Italian Cup 2-1 and drew 0-0 in the rematch match, Juventus is applauded by our national football player Merih Demiral for his performance.
Speaking about Demiral, coach Andrea Pirlo praised the 22-year-old stopper.
“A GREAT PLAYER”
The Italian coach said, “I am fortunate to have coached such great talent, such champions. All of our players are back. Merih Demiral is also a great player and a great person. Even when he is not playing, he is always part of this team, a name that always makes a difference.” said.