It’s all about the money, says Juventus’ sporting director for the Champions League and the first time the Italian champions have faced each other in the Champions’ League.
Juventus will face Inter Milan in Turin on Friday, June 24, while Inter will be joined by Roma and Udinese.
It will also see Napoli, Juventus and Inter face off in the Europa League and Ligue 1.
Juve, who finished fourth in Serie B last season, are hoping to move up to Serie A next season after they qualified through the domestic season through the play-offs.
It has been a busy year for the Giallorossi, who are currently third in Serie C, and they are looking to strengthen their squad, while also hoping to extend their winning run to 14 games.
They will also be looking to secure a fourth consecutive Champions League qualification after their win at Bayern Munich on Tuesday night.
“It was a great night, we are very pleased to see Inter, Roma and Napoli win,” said Giallaro Carvalho.
“We have been in the group stage of the competition before and were able to defend our position, which is why we are here.”
The game against Roma was important, it showed how we could play together and we will be looking for another victory to confirm ourselves in the next stage of competition.
“I think the best is yet to come.
It was a very important night and we are really happy that the Champions have taken notice of the way we play and want to see us again.”
Roma are now just four points clear of Juventus in the Serie A table, with the Nerazzurri only two points behind.
Inter Milan are yet to win in the competition since it started in 2008 and have not won since October 2009, and Napolitano is hoping that their success will continue.
“Our goal is to reach the quarter-finals, but we will have to wait until the end of the season to see if we can,” he said.
“Juventus have been very important for us.
We are a team that is always searching for the best possible results.
We want to show them again.”