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No news, good news. That’s the only refrain that Massimilano Allegri would have been delighted to hear during the International break. Unfortunately, some updates concerning his players were everything but good.

Before the week-end, the France International Paul Pogba was forced to miss his National team games against Armenia and Denmark because of a first-degree ankle sprain suffered during a training session.

The recovery time for this kind of injuries is usually around one or two weeks and the former Manchester United is in now in serious doubt for the next Juventus game against Inter.

Alvaro Morata’s presence is also in doubt after that yesterday night the Spanish International was carted off in tears during Spain's European qualifier against Luxembourg.

According to the Spanish press, former Real Madrid could be forced out for at least a month, missing both the showdown against Inter as well as the next Champions League game against Borussia Mönchengladbach.  

The Spanish International recovery time has still not been officially disclosed, but Morata himself recently posted on his Twitter account that he is already working to be fit for the next  San Siro face-off. 

For now, Juventus supporters can breathe a sigh of relief as they feared the worst following the player’s reaction to the injury. Firs reports, which were lately denied, talked about a fractured fibula, which would have forced the 22 year old out for at least  4 months.

Meanwhile in South America, Roberto Pereyra has missed Argentina’s World Cup qualifier against Ecuador, due to a muscular injury to his right thigh. Not having further news concerning the details of his injury, also the former Udinese has to be considered in doubt for the game against Inter.

In addition to these hassles, Massimiliano Allegri will also have to turn Mario Madzukic and Stephan Lichtsteiner down for the following match.

The only good news coming from the medical staff is that Claudio Marchisio can be considered fully recovered. The Italy International has recently displayed in a friendly against Aygreville, an Italian non-professional team, and is ready to join his teammates in the San Siro contest.