Police release Mohamed Ihattaren as he prepares to return to the club

Troubled Juventus youngster Mohamed Ihattaren has been released by Dutch police and will return to the club.

The attacker joined the Bianconeri last season and was loaned out to Sampdoria and Ajax in both halves of the campaign.

However, he did not play for the Serie A club and barely played for Ajax before he was released by both teams.

His life off the pitch threatens to ruin his football career and Juve clearly have a troubled youngster on their hands now.

A Football Italia report reveals that he has been released after being arrested for making threats yesterday.

His agent has now assured that he will return to Juve and will join his training sessions as soon as possible.

Juve FC says

Ihattaren was a very anonymous signing for the bianconeri last season, but it is clear that he is a talented boy.

He did well at PSV before Juve paid around €2m to add him to their squad.

It’s unclear if Max Allegri ever had a plan for him, but now the club must deal with a player with a volatile personal life.

Returning to Turin, he has a good chance to put his life behind him off the pitch in the Netherlands.

However, it’s very difficult to see that happen because he seems like a player consumed by his upbringing.

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