The Giallorossi currently sit in second place in the Serie A standings, just three points behind the Bianconeri, and the 23-year-old is confident that Rudi Garcia’s men can catch up with Juve in the coming months as they remain determined to succeed.
Ljajic spoke to La Gazzetta dello Sport about Roma’s ability to do well this campaign and his plans to continue his career at the club for quite some time, while also commenting on who he would like to see join the Stadio Olimpico outfit.
“I want to stay here for at least 10 years,” said the Serbian international, who has scored six goals and provided two assists in his 14 league appearances this term thus far.
“We are stronger than Juventus. Juve have won a few more games than us but, fortunately, we are stronger. We believe in the Scudetto and we will try everything until the end.
“I hope we can get Neto, even though we already have great goalkeepers in Morgan De Sanctis and Lukasz Skorupski.”