Juventus director Fabio Paratici will quit the Turin club after his contract expires on June 30, announced the club’s. Paratici will leave 11years of intense work at Juventus and victories behind. In 2010 Paratici arrived at Juventus joining the club originally as coordinator of the technical area. Before being appointed as the club’s managing director of football he has served in various areas designated in different job roles for the Bianconeri. During his time Juventus won 19 trophies including nine successive Serie A titles — a run that was ended by Inter Milan this year.
“They were wonderful years of professional growth and strong emotions. Juventus gave me the opportunity to carry out my work with full freedom and without interference in full respect of my role. For this I would like to thank the whole club, my staff, the employees, co-workers, the players, the coaches, the shareholders, and in particular, the President, Andrea Agnelli. An important chapter of my career closes, as I await new challenges, ”said Fabio Paratici.
The Italian football club made the news known socially via Facebook-owned, with uploading a thank you post tomorrow. “After eleven seasons of intense work, victories and great passion on the pitch and behind the desk, Fabio Paratici, Juventus’ Managing Director Area Football, will leave the club,” the Old Lady wrote in the caption.
As Fabio Paratici will quit Juventus, it is reported that his top assistant, Federico Cherubini will be promoted to the chief football officer role.
“Fabio has written the history of Juventus over the past few years. A growth path characterised by professionalism, perseverance and many successes. 19 trophies in 11 years are the best testimony of his work, which is fully part of the long tradition of our club. Today is the time to thank him for being able to create a strong professional bond, accompanied by a daily passion,” said President Andrea Agnelli of the outcome of the meeting with Paratici.
Inon the club’s official Instagram handle Juve upload a video indicating Paratici’s 11 years of journey in brief. “It has been an extraordinary 11 years. Thank you, Fabio.”