"We need to stop this endless rush towards multi-million pound spending in football," slammed the Juventus goalkeeper.
"When Juve paid £30m for me in 2001, there was an era of plenty, but now there is a global financial crisis. Circumstances have changed.
"Football is played on a Sunday, then over the rest of the week you walk around and see the difficulties people are having.
"I confess in those circumstances I feel uncomfortable. One needs a bit of morality in everything, but sums like that are inconsiderate."