Barcelona-Owned Martin Caceres Wants Juventus Stay

The Uruguayan international is hoping to stay in Serie A...
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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