Sandro bracing up for JuveRoma war

first_imgAlex Sandro has warned his teammates they will be facing “a war” against Roma on Saturday evening.The Brazilian extended his stay with the Bianconeri until June 2023 with a salary believed to be worth €5m per year.“This is a wonderful day for me, but also my family and my teammates. I must tell the fans I’ll always give my best, just as I have done so far, and will continue working to improve. Alex Sandro is staying,” he told Football Italia.“I believe that I have taken on the mentality of the club and team, who always want to win. I’ll never change that mentality, so every time I set foot on the pitch, I want to win.”italian_leagueone:Juve-Roma: The fantastic seven: A look at the Bianconeri’s sequence of victories against Roma at Allianz Stadium https://t.co/9UeL1nEWHE pic.twitter.com/KoMBrTkRy8— Juve_MP (@Juve_MP) December 20, 2018Chris Smalling open to a permanent AS Roma deal Andrew Smyth – September 6, 2019 Chris Smalling can “definitely see a longer-term future” for himself at AS Roma should things work out on his loan spell from Manchester United.“I am just happy when we win, but a goal or assist is an extra bonus. I hold every goal in my heart because it’s not easy to score when you’re a full-back. Perhaps my favourite is the header in the derby against Torino.”Juventus host Roma on Saturday evening and Alex Sandro knows what to expect.“It’s always a war against Roma. We are prepared and know that they are prepared too, so I expect it to be a great game for players and fans.”The Bianconeri take on Atletico Madrid in the Champions League Round of 16.“Atleti are a tough outfit, strong both physically and tactically. Now we have to focus on Roma, though, there is time for Atletico.”last_img

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