Dunga hails new Juventus player Lúcio
Former Seleção boss Dunga has hailed Juventus' new signing Lúcio as a champion and true leader.
The 48-year-old, who took charge of the national team in 2006, has told Tuttosport that he believes the veteran centre-back is a ''great signing''.
Dunga said: ''If I had to go to war, Lúcio is the first player I'd take with me.
''Lúcio is a champion and a true leader. He fits in with Juve's hunger for success because he always wants to win. With this, he will drag the rest of his team-mates with him.
"Players like him are hard to find, and usually if you have one you keep them.
Lúcio spent three years with Inter before mutually agreeing to terminate his remaining two-year contract last week.
The 2002 World Cup winner signed a two-year contract with Serie A Champions Juventus yesterday, on a deal worth around €2 million a year.
He made 135 appearances for Inter, scoring five goals and winning a Scudetto, two editions of the Coppa Italia, a Supercoppa Italia, one UEFA Champions League and a Club World Cup.