Gonzalo Higuain was a very good player for Juventus.

He was very good even though he had the weight of a then-club-record transfer fee attached to him from the second he walked through the doors in Vinovo for the very first time. He was a very good striker even though he had expectations that he was one of the missing pieces and had the bar set incredibly high after scoring a Serie A single-season record number of goals the season before he moved to Juventus.

Essentially, Higuain — no matter if you agreed with forking out that much money to activate his buyout clause with Napoli — was far, far, far from a failure during his time with Juventus.