Higuain follows Tevez to Juventus

Gianluigi Buffon believes that Gonzalo Higuain will be a massive success for Juventus, having followed in the footsteps of his compatriot Carlos Tevez, and making the move to Turin. The Argentina international has left Napoli during the summer for a fee that amounts to around €90 million. He is the most expensive player in the history of Italian football.

Gianluigi Buffon said that he did not believe that Higuain would sign for them in the beginning, and thought that it was just a rumor, but that when it came true he was very happy. Buffon said that Higuain was always difficult to play against when he was at Napoli and that they always had to be careful with him. He believes that he will be a wonderful addition to the team and that he will help the team reach a higher level.

Buffon also said that Gonzalo Higuain is a world-class striker and that he is the kind of player that Juventus need to sign, and have been missing since those days when Carlos Tevez used to be there. He stated that he is a strong player not only on the ground but also in the air and that he will be causing problems to opposition defenders. Certainly the addition of Higuain has only helped their Champions League chances, and many fans agree – you better act fast if you want to see them in action – you can click here her the latest ticket info.

Many people have criticized Higuain for leaving Napoli and sign for their fierce rivals, but Buffon believes that this is a sign of maturity. He said that the player had shown his determination to succeed by joining a bigger club than Napoli.

Gianluigi Buffon believes that next season will be an exciting one for Juventus. He said that all their rivals have been strengthening in the summer and that it will be harder to win the league. He stated that the players are preparing themselves well and that they are determined to win the title once again. Buffon stated that Juventus would also look to win the Champions League as they want to become the best team in Europe once again.