JUVENTUS ALLEGRI – Juventus trained intensely this morning in Vinovo, on the eve of the fourth matchday of Serie, where the Bianconeri will face Spezia.
Juventus, Allegri: “That’s when Pogba and Di Maria are back”
Massimiliano Allegri, Juventus coach, held the customary press conference on the eve of the match against Spezia. He talked about many topics: related to the recovery of Pogba and Di Maria and on the transfer market. Here are the words of the Bianconero coach:
About Di Maria:
“I haven’t decided on the line-up yet, we are close to the last game. There will be returns as availability of Di Maria and Fagioli. Angel is up for tomorrow. Can he play from the start? Let’s not exaggerate, let’s say that he is available. Tomorrow morning I will decide, the most important match will be tomorrow. We threw four points on the road and we absolutely have to recover ”.
“Tomorrow, as always, the changes will be important, I will have to consider whether to start him from the beginning with Vlahovic or to bring him to the bench ”.
On young people:
“Let’s not call them young, let’s call them footballers. If not, it seems that he wants to belittle them. Miretti played a good game, then it will happen that he will need to recover. He is young, there is also an emotional component. If they are good I let them play. Since I started doing this job I have launched several guys. But the message must not get across that young people have to play. If they are good, they play. Otherwise no. But the thing that matters is winning the games. In football you can think about many things, but not about winning games. Soulè? He’s doing well but I’m making other choices right now. Juventus must aim to win, I make choices based on the match, without looking at whether one is 18 or 35. Miretti is the proof, it’s simpler than it seems ”.
“It is currently not available. If everything goes well from next week it will start running a little and then let’s see how it will evolve, hoping to have it as soon as possible because it is very important for us. The off-field factor? The injured people work outside the team, so I haven’t seen him ”.