Veteran goalkeeper, Gianluigi Buffon, appears to be adjusting quickly to his newfound situation after withdrawing from the spotlight and returning to his former Italian second division club Parma.
A video clip widely circulated on social media of the legendary goalkeeper of the Italian national team and the club Juventus, challenging his colleagues in the club of Parma with a game of “rock-paper-scissors” while they are the headquarters of the team, in preparation for the confrontation with SPAL, scheduled for tomorrow, Saturday, for the seventh week of the Serie A the second.
Buffon, 43, outperformed all of his Parma teammates in the challenge, amid the enthusiasm of the players, who celebrated their defender’s victory in their own way in a beautiful atmosphere.
Buffon, who won the World Cup with Italy in 2006, returned to Mercato last summer to defend Alon’s first club, Parma, 20 years after leaving him.
The veteran goalkeeper signed a two-year deal with the club that was relegated to the first division in the 2020-2021 season after he decided to leave Juventus, where he played for 20 years.
It is noteworthy that Parma is currently 13th in the ranking of the second division, with 7 points.
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