A Portuguese club offers Buffon “pies and museum tickets” in exchange for a contract with him, so that the Italian goalkeeper will leave Juventus at the end of the current season.
The Portuguese club, Blenensic, who is active in the fifth division, has made an offer to sign the “legend” goalkeeper, Gianluigi Buffon, to join its ranks at the end of the current season.
The strange thing about the show is that it includes tickets to a number of attractions in the city, and an annual subscription to the Museum of Arts, Architecture and Technology.
The club also offered 6 custard pies a week, one of the most popular desserts in Portugal, and tempted him by saying, “You will definitely enjoy them without changing your diet.”
The Lisbon club wrote an open letter to Buffon in which he said: “We heard that you are looking for a new challenge, and you are welcome to hear crazy and stimulating performances.”
“So, we decided to make an irresistible offer. How about moving to Lisbon to help us quickly return to our place in Portuguese football, the first division,” he added.
He continued: “Do you remember the path your dear club, Parma, took? We are in a similar position,” as Parma was relegated to the fourth division in the Italian league in 2015 after bankruptcy.
Blenensic is considered one of the oldest clubs in Portugal, but after splitting from “Plainensisse de Sade”, following a dispute in 2018, he was forced to start his career again, from the bottom of the football hierarchy in Portugal.
Blenensic won the Portuguese League title once, and the Portuguese Cup three times.
Buffon announced last week that he would leave Juventus, as his contract would expire at the end of the current season, but the 43-year-old left the door open to complete his career anywhere else.