Juventus GM Beppe Marotta has defended his transfer market work in the wake of criticism from shareholders.
Marottaâ€™s moves were placed into doubt by some of the clubâ€™s shareholders on Friday morning, but heâ€™s hit back.
â€śItâ€™s true, errors have been made,â€ť he noted. â€śJorge Martinez [signed for â‚¬12m from Catania], above all, but you only make mistakes when you actually buy.
â€śOver the last two years we have had to oversee, not a revolution, but a significant rejuvenation. Weâ€™ve signed 22 players and you can get a few signings wrong.
â€śBut donâ€™t forget about the ones we got right, like Andrea Pirlo on a free, Paul Pogba and Arturo Vidal â€“ a player we signed for â‚¬10m and one for whom we rejected an offer of â‚¬30m.
â€śWe turned that down because Juventus are not a selling club.â€ť