Paredes reveals future plan after Juventus

Juventus summer signing Leandro Paredes admits that he plans to return to his boyhood club Boca Juniors in the future.

Paredes signed with the Bianconeri this summer on loan with an option to from PSG for €22.6m. That option can automatically turn into an obligation if certain sporting merits are met by the end of this season.

Although reports from La Gazzetta dello Sport claim that Juve are yet to make a final decision on him, Paredes seems certain about his stay in Turin.

The Argentinian international revealed that for now he is only focused on playing for the Old Lady as he has a long contract with them. However, once his time at Juventus is over, he would be keen on returning to his boyhood club, Boca Juniors.

Paredes reveals that one of his dreams is always to retire when wearing the Argentinian club jersey.

The 28-year-old started his youth career with Boca and played for five seasons with them before moving to Roma.

“Returning to Boca would make everyone happy,” Paredes told ESPN (via Juventusnews24).

“But I haven’t set any date for a return just yet. I Have a long contract with Juventus.”

“It will happen one day as that’s one of my biggest dream I have. When I left, I already said that my desire is to retire in a Boca Juniors’ jersey.”

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