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JUVE WIN RACE FOR ‘NEXT ZLATAN’

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Schick, 21 who joined Sampdoria from Sparta Prague in the summer of 2016 has been claimed by Juventus vice-chairman Pavel Nedved as the one who has the potential to become ‘the new Zlatan Ibrahimovic’.

 

In an INTERVIEW he has revealed that Juventus has won the race for highly rated 21-year-old striker.

“Patrik has had a wonderful season,” Nedved told Denik. “He has managed to do a lot of great things for his age – he has scored 11 goals. Schick has a great future in front of him. Right now he doesn’t have the muscles, but you can just imagine him in two or three years.

“He reminds me of Zlatan Ibrahimovic because he was like that when he came to Juve. He didn’t have the muscles either. Then Zlatan gained muscles and turned into a world-class striker. Schick is also this type of striker – great feet, tall and fast. If Patrik keeps improving himself he can turn into a world-class striker as well.

“We are not the only club following him – there is interest from clubs in Germany, England, Spain and Italy. Schick is still a Sampdoria player. The price is clear though, because of his release clause. Anyone who is willing to activate it is able to buy him. It is a very simple transfer. All you have to do is convince the player to join you.”

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Schick’s release clause is believed to stand in the region of £22m.

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Schick, 21 who joined Sampdoria from Sparta Prague in the summer of 2016 has been claimed by Juventus vice-chairman Pavel Nedved as the one who has the potential to become ‘the new Zlatan Ibrahimovic’.

 

In an INTERVIEW he has revealed that Juventus has won the race for highly rated 21-year-old striker.

“Patrik has had a wonderful season,” Nedved told Denik. “He has managed to do a lot of great things for his age – he has scored 11 goals. Schick has a great future in front of him. Right now he doesn’t have the muscles, but you can just imagine him in two or three years.

“He reminds me of Zlatan Ibrahimovic because he was like that when he came to Juve. He didn’t have the muscles either. Then Zlatan gained muscles and turned into a world-class striker. Schick is also this type of striker – great feet, tall and fast. If Patrik keeps improving himself he can turn into a world-class striker as well.

“We are not the only club following him – there is interest from clubs in Germany, England, Spain and Italy. Schick is still a Sampdoria player. The price is clear though, because of his release clause. Anyone who is willing to activate it is able to buy him. It is a very simple transfer. All you have to do is convince the player to join you.”

Schick’s release clause is believed to stand in the region of £22m.

675002816

Schick, 21 who joined Sampdoria from Sparta Prague in the summer of 2016 has been claimed by Juventus vice-chairman Pavel Nedved as the one who has the potential to become ‘the new Zlatan Ibrahimovic’.

 

In an INTERVIEW he has revealed that Juventus has won the race for highly rated 21-year-old striker.

“Patrik has had a wonderful season,” Nedved told Denik. “He has managed to do a lot of great things for his age – he has scored 11 goals. Schick has a great future in front of him. Right now he doesn’t have the muscles, but you can just imagine him in two or three years.

“He reminds me of Zlatan Ibrahimovic because he was like that when he came to Juve. He didn’t have the muscles either. Then Zlatan gained muscles and turned into a world-class striker. Schick is also this type of striker – great feet, tall and fast. If Patrik keeps improving himself he can turn into a world-class striker as well.

“We are not the only club following him – there is interest from clubs in Germany, England, Spain and Italy. Schick is still a Sampdoria player. The price is clear though, because of his release clause. Anyone who is willing to activate it is able to buy him. It is a very simple transfer. All you have to do is convince the player to join you.”

Schick’s release clause is believed to stand in the region of £22m.

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