Commenta per primo
Serie A title holders Juventus are coming from two consecutive scoreless draw against Inter and Borussia Monchengladbach and the manager Massimiliano Allegri is twisting and turning to find a solution for the Bianconeri’s attacking impotence.

“I am glad of the defensive solidity that we showed in the last two matches, even if we to improve our performances up front,” Allegri told the media ahead of tomorrow’s home game against Atalanta.

“For the first time in this season everyone have recovered from injuries. Apart from [Stefan] Lichtsteiner and [Martin] Caceres, everyone is fit for tomorrow’s game.”

Cuadrado will be eligible to play but he needs some rest and he won’t start tomorrow.

Both supporters and journalists hit out at Allegri this week as he sidelined the € 40 million man Paulo Dybala both against Inter and Borussia Monchengladbach, but the former Milan manager promptly hits back at critics.

“I have recently heard many misguiding things over [Paulo] Dybala’s playing time. He has amazing qualities and a bright future ahead. Last year he was a leader at Palermo, but this doesn’t mean that we have to put too much pressure on him at Juventus.”

“Dybala is helping us with his qualities, but he doesn’t need to have too many responsibilities. He is also the forward who has played more minutes thus far, so criticizing me for the Dybala’s lack of playing time is a massive mistake.”