Stephy Mavididi says he is eager to kick on and earn more first-team appearances following his first season with Juventus. The highly-rated 20-year-old this season became the first Englishman since David Platt back in 1992 to play for Juve and now the youngster is eager to keep learning.
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Mavididi was told by former club Arsenal that he would be unlikely to feature in their senior plans and has since broken into the Old Lady’s first-team picture. The Derby-born starlet says he is loving life in Turin and hopes that he can continue his progress with the Serie A champions into next term.
He was quoted by the BBC, saying: “When Juventus came calling, how could I turn it down? I didn’t think twice about it. “I liked the project. I thought I can only improve, it is now down to me to kick on, train with these players and learn as much as I can. It was a massive opportunity and I am happy I have taken it.”