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A talented graphic designer with a strong artistic and creative background, Gianlucio Pizzuto has been at the helm of Juventus for three years and is now looking to make his mark on the club.
The former Milan, Udinese and Sassuolo starlet is in his third season at the Bianconeri and, despite some criticism for his decision to leave his hometown club last summer, he has been rewarded with a big move to Juventus.
The 20-year-old is now in charge of the new Bianconero academy and, although his first few weeks will be spent learning the ropes, the former Sassuoli player is confident he will be able to take the club forward in the right direction.
“I’m looking forward to joining Juventus and I’m convinced that the club will be successful.
I have to take responsibility for everything,” he told Sport Italia.”
When you are a professional, you have to learn the technical side of things, but you have the responsibility to make the right decisions and execute them with the right attitude.”
Juventus are already well-known for their creative and innovative approach to their game, but Pizzutti will be the first player to lead the Biancocelesti academy.
“The club has always shown a desire to give young players the opportunity to express themselves and to improve themselves.
They have always been my home, so I’m looking to take on that responsibility,” he said.”
My first few months will be very difficult because I have the task of learning the technical and artistic side of football, but I will be ready.”
Pizzuttis debut will come on Saturday, when he takes charge of a match against Sassuol for the first time.