World Cup champions Juventus supporters are no longer content

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As Leandro Paredes and Angel di Maria continue to celebrate Argentina’s World Cup victory, Juventus supporters are growing impatient.

The two are not the only members of the winning team from Serie A; Paulo Dybala and Lautaro Martinez, for example, have returned to their respective clubs, Roma and Inter Milan.

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However, Paredes and Di Maria have persisted in their partying, which, according to a source on Football Italia, is upsetting some Juve supporters.

The fans feel that because the second half of the season is crucial. They should end their celebrations quickly and get back to the team.

Nowadays, fans expect too much from athletes, who are also people. And have just maybe won the most important prize of their careers.

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Why is Juventus not happy with the world champion?

They have been given an extension by the club. And it is up to them whether they use it all or shorten it and head back to Turin.

The most crucial thing is that they will focus on making the team better when they return to the club after being pleased.

For the time being, our attention must be on getting the returning players prepared for the next season so that we can keep winning games.

As Argentina continues to celebrate winning the World Cup. Juventus supporters are growing impatient with Angel di Maria and Leandro Paredes.

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The two are not the only Serie A players on the winning team; Paulo Dybala and Lautaro Martinez, for example, have returned to Roma and Inter Milan, respectively.

Paredes and Di Maria, however, have persisted in their partying. A report on Football Italia indicates that their antics are upsetting some Juve supporters.

Given how crucial the remainder of the season is. The fans feel they should end their celebrations early and get back to the team.

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