Martin Caceres is hoping to stay with Juventus permanently rather than head back to Barcelona where he knows regular football will be limited.
Caceres joined Juventus on a one-year loan last summer, but the club has an option to make the stay permanent by paying Barcelona a €12 million transfer fee.
Having just returned from injury, his aims are to play a apart in the run-in, and head to the World Cup with Uruguay, as well as resolve his Juve future.
"I have been training with the team for a few days now and I am really happy. I want to play the final few games so I can help the team, and get in the rhythm for the World Cup," he told Ultimas Noticias.
"I am still not 100 percent, but I am feeling better. I want to remain in Turin because if I go back to Barcelona then there would be little chance of me playing as they have an excellent squad. I have more chances at Juventus."
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