Buffon claims he wouldn’t want PSG to face Juventus in Champions League final
Gianluigi Buffon left Juventus during the summer trasnfer window after a 17-year spell at the club, yet he is hoping their ways don’t cross in the Champions League this year.
Buffon presently plays for PSG, and the club’s are among the top picks to achieve the last phases of Europe’s tip top rivalry.
Be that as it may, the 40-year-old shot stopper demands he wouldn’t have any desire to confront Juventus in the final because he doesn’t want to win at the expense of his former club.
‘No [I would prefer not to confront Juve in the final],’ he told Gazzetta dello Sport.
‘I do not want my joy to be a consequence of the sadness of my previous partners and fans.
‘We have just cried too often together. I merit full happiness.
‘On the off chance that I need to confront Juventus, it is better before the final.’
Buffon has been a runner-up in the Champions League on three events, incorporating twice in the previous four years.
Juventus have got off to a great start in the competition, winning two from two up until now and are on course to top their gathering, however confront Manchester United twice in their next two trips.
PSG on the other hand have some work to do after losing their opening match at Anfield.
They skiped back with a win against Red Star Belgrade however confront an extreme test against Napoli one week from now.