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In the Premier League, Pirlo would likely enjoy greater emphasis on his role in the side.
Often enough, he will be paired with one other central midfielder, rather than the two he currently enjoys with Juve.
Given the versatility of Paul Pogba, Arturo Vidal and Claudio Marchisio, Pirlo is often not required to dominate games in the manner he is capable of.
In England, it is probable that he will be given greater influence and more freedom to orchestrate the play in the manner that he sees fit.
As opposed to facilitating other world-class central midfielders, Pirlo can focus on bringing the best out of other players in other positions, giving greater quality to all areas of the side.
As Juve only field two strikers and their wing-backs are often positioned deep inside their own half, Pirlo's range of passing is often not utilised to its maximum.
With more advanced midfielders and greater attacking options, it would inevitably bring out a better variety of passes from Pirlo's arsenal, which would be exciting to watch.
Pirlo is a timeless breed of footballer, who is not dependent on his physical characteristics, making the doubt as to whether he would be able to continue dominating a moot point.
If Juve are foolish enough to not extend this legend's contract, a Premier League club should benefit from this and enjoy watching the great man continue to dominate games.