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Gianluigi Buffon: juventus and italy goalkeeper said bye

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Gianluigi Buffon's operator said the Italy and Juventus goalkeeper is unique as he plans to convey a conclusion to his profession. 

Buffon has called a news gathering for Thursday to address his future, yet his operator, Silvano Martina, has in a roundabout way affirmed that he will hang up his gloves following Saturday's conflict with Hellas Verona, when he will get his hands on the Serie A trophy for the seventh straight season and a record ninth time. 

"It won't be a farewell as totti [Francesco], in light of the fact that that sensational style of send-off you get just in Rome," Martina told Juvenews. "Here in Turin, then again, I anticipate that it will be more similar to it was for [Alessandro] Del Piero. 

"Fifteen minutes from the end, something will happen like the 'Ciao Platini' pennant. It will be a tragic, however calm day. ... I've had the delight of going with the adventure of the best goalkeeper ever." 

Buffon, 40, will show up, falling only seven shy of the alliance record held by Paolo Maldini. 

It will be the last demonstration in a vocation that has seen Buffon win 176 tops, more than some other Italy player, and he will bow out as the best goalkeeper on the planet, as indicated by FIFA. 

Martina said Buffon is remarkable and his profession will never be rehashed. 

"I'm sad for [Gianluigi] Donnarumma, however there will never be another Gigi," Martina said. "I can't include much else in light of the fact that he will uncover what he will do alongside the press [on Thursday]."

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