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Juve-Milan, Romagnoli: 'We are stronger than the team that won in Doha'
15/01/2019, 19:50
On the eve of the clash between Juventus and Milan, Rossoneri captain Alessio Romagnoli spoke at the press conference along with Gattuso, as quoted by IlBianconero below. 
 
"I have positive feelings, the atmosphere is very beatific. This can be a turning point to the season, tomorrow we will give our best. We will play against the strongest team of the last seven years in Italy, but everything can happen in a one-off game. 
 
"We must be aware that facing Juventus is a great test and it can be the turning point this season. It happened in Doha, now we have an even stronger team. We are more mature, stronger than Doha, we can't be afraid of Juve. 
 
"Higuain? You will have to ask those in charge of the transfer market. We are players and we only think about the field. He is calm, he only thinks about the field, the rest of the question is for Leonardo and Maldini. 
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