The Argentine forward was frustrated that he did not play in La Vecchia Signora’s 1-1 draw against Crotone in Week 4 of Serie A and his latest performances since the clash against the Squali have not impressed one of the Bianconeri’s former players.
“The outburst in Crotone was over the top,” Mauro told La Gazzetta dello Sport.
“I usually like presumptuous players very much because when they are arrogant and strong they make the difference.
“But if they only talk and do not show it in important matches, they do damage to the team.
“For this, if I were Juventus, I would sell him.”
Mauro played for Juventus from 1985 until 1989 before transferring to Napoli.