The former Italy international is over the moon to see his former club win the league title once again and noted that the Bianconeri deserve a third star on their shirts.
The 35-year-old, currently on the books of Argentine side Lanus, spent eight years at Juventus between 2002 and 2010 and was part of the squad that had two Scudetti revoked following the Calciopoli scandal.
"I have already congratulated Alessandro Del Piero for the Scudetto victory," he told Sky Sport Italia. "This was a six-year wait, I think everyone is happy. There is not much to say about the victory, Juve did not lose a single match."
Juventus ais interested in adding a third star to the team's shirts to celebrate what the club believe is its 30th Serie A title, despite the fact that the Italian FA (FIGC) recognizes this Scudetto as the 28th in the club's history, and Camoranesi thinks the club deserves the third star.
"For the Bianconeri people, the stars are three," he said.
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