Brazil defender Juan has revealed that he intends to see out his contract with AS Roma and has no intention of leaving the Giallorossi any time soon.
The 31-year-old joined Roma from Bayer Leverkusen in 2007 and had a very successful season under coach Claudio Ranieri in 2009-10, carrying his form over the 2010 World Cup with the Selecao.
"With Roma I have three more years left on my contract. I'm very well there and very happy. This past season I played in 70-80 per cent of the fixtures and the results are evident even now," he told the press, according to Il Corriere dello Sport.
Meanwhile, he touched on Brazil's next challenge, a quarter-final clash against the Netherlands that promises to be a spectacular affair.
"The Netherlands aren't only [Arjen] Robben, a player who is very strong, but for him there won't be any special attention [over anyone else on the Dutch team]. They have many good attacking players and they are like us in that they always try to play football and focus on offence," he revealed.
"[Coach] Dunga is very demanding in terms of covering the scoring midfielders and strikers. Our whole team is capable of defending, for them it will be difficult to score goals."
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