The first choice of goalkeeper for Italy, Gianluigi Buffon can start practicing for a night job if he is interested. Wait, he already must be. Gigi Buffon, Azzurri’s loved and famed shot-stopper was just recently offered to enter the adult film business.
As unlikely and ironic it may seem the person responsible for this was Buffon’s wife Alena, because of the praise she laid upon her husband’s skills in the bedroom. Now, Buffon has a career option if he plans to hang his gloves some day.
Buffon’ wife told an Italian magazine, Verrisimo that her husband was “better in bed than Rocco Siffredi”. Well, Alena’s comments in the interview reached the ears of the famous porn star.
In response to the comments by Alena, Siffredi has stated via Tuttosport that he would like Buffon to showcase his bedroom talents.
"He [Buffon] may be even better than me in bed, but I want to see him in front of the camera. Buffon is still a kid compared to me. I will make a suggestion: when he stops playing, he should come work for me. I need real men," Siffredi said.
For now, Buffon seems to be busy helping the resurging Juventus towards glory.
The Italians really seem to be enjoying themselves because Buffon wasn’t alone in all the sex-controversy this week.
AC Milan’s star midfielder, Kevin-Prince Boateng has been sidelined because of an injury for four weeks.
Nothing new there, well the comments from his girlfriend, Melissa Satta are.
In a recent interview, Satta told reporters that Boateng’s poor injury record was because of their bedroom antics.
"The reason why he [Kevin-Prince Boateng] is always injured is because we have sex seven to 10 times a week," Satta told Vanity Fair. "I hate foreplay, I want to get straight to the point," she added. "My favourite position is on top so I can take control."
The Rossoneri are yet to comment on the whole scenario but if their stallion has been injured by rough use, they will not be happy. Nonetheless, Milan have issued an official statement on their website validating Boateng’s injury.
"Boateng has sustained a muscular lesion in his left thigh and the estimated time of recovery is around four weeks, unless there are complications," the statement read.
Boateng’s injury will rule him out for eight matches. He will also miss the crucial Champions League fixture on February 15 against Arsenal.