Andrea Barzagli insists he’s not ready to call it a day yet, declaring: “I’ll play for as long as I feel good.”
The 35-year-old has been relegated to the bench for the second half of the season, following Juve’s switch to 4-2-3-1 and he’s been used largely as a substitute.
“I’ll play for as long as I feel good.” He told Premium Sport.
“After that, if someone decides to send me away then I’ll just say ‘enough is enough’.
“Buffon, for example, always tells me I should stop!”
“We go into the game against Monaco in peak physical and mental condition,” he told Premium Sport.
“We’re still competing on all three fronts, we have a big squad and we’ll see how it all pans out. We’ll give our all to win everything.”
In a seperate interview with La Stampa, Barzagli revealed Paul Pogba is following Juve closely this season.
“Paul made a video call,” Barzagli revealed to the paper.
“We spoke to each other, he’s happy for our results and he said he’d have liked to be here. Pogba is cheering for us, whoever leaves this group keeps in touch.
“Our strength has been the group, both on and off the pitch. It’s not enough to talk, we’re the first to be together.”