MILAN - Udinese's Italy winger Simone Pepe
had a medical at Juventus on Tuesday but may not sign for the
Turin club until after the World Cup.
"I am pumped up and ready to wear the shirt of Juve. For now
I don't know when I'll sign. Let's see if we can do it after the
World Cup," Pepe, who flies to South Africa later with the world
champions, told reporters.
Juve finished a dismal seventh in Serie A last term after
playing an unsuccessful 4-3-1-2 formation and new coach Luigi
Del Neri wants to bring wingers back into the team, with Pepe
seen as ideal to play on the right.
Juve have also been linked in the media with CSKA Moscow's
Serbian winger Milos Krasic.
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