Allegri on Juventus injuries and Chelsea clash

by | Nov 19, 2021 11:14

Paulo Dybala and Aaron Ramsey could miss Juventus‘ away clash against Lazio, but Moise Kean has recovered and will be available at the Stadio Olimpico, said Massimiliano Allegri.

The Bianconeri visit Lazio at 17.00 UK time tomorrow.

During his pre-match press conference, Allegri provided injury updates regarding his players.

Paulo Dybala and Aaron Ramsey could miss the match against Lazio with a calf and a flexor injury, respectively.

“Dybala will train for the first time in a week today. He wants to be available, but we have to see,” Allegri said.

“He has nothing serious, but the calf is tricky.

“I have to evaluate Ramsey. Yesterday he had a flexor problem and we’ll see if he can be available tomorrow.”

However, Allegri confirmed that Moise Kean has recovered from an injury and will be available against Lazio.

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Giorgio Chiellini, Federico Bernardeschi and Mattia De Sciglio are on the treatment table and won’t be eligible to play tomorrow.

“De Sciglio is recovering and I hope he can return after the match against Chelsea,” Allegri said.

“Bernardeschi will be out for 15-20 days, he was doing well so I hope he will pick up from where he left off when he returns to action.”

Juventus will visit Chelsea after the match against Lazio next week.

The Bianconeri won the reverse fixture in Turin last mongh and have qualified for the Champions League Round of 16 with two games to spare. Therefore, Allegri doesn’t seem too concerned about the match against the Blues.

“It’s an important game, in an extraordinary stadium,” said Allegri.

“However, we’ll play to win the group and not to qualify for the next stage, that’s something we have already achieved.”

4 Comments

  1. CG

    Ramsey “injury” is such a continuous joke. He is perfectly fine for Wales. Why don’t they just be honest and say that they are intentionally keeping him out of the team, because he doesn’t want to leave….? And as for Dybala, if he wants to be a champion, he’d better stop getting injured so often… Ask Ronaldo, Messi, Mbappe and Haaland how often they get injured…………

  2. Dan

    @CG Dybala will never be a ‘great’ player. He’s a good player on his day but he’s too fragile mentally and physically to be anywhere near ‘great’ level.

  3. CG

    @Dan…..sadly, I do agree with you……..He’s already 28, and hasn’t achieved anything close to the “great potential” everyone thought…. My view – too small, too weak, too left footed, not a champion.. Hurts to say it, but it’s true….

  4. Dan

    @CG absolute truth. He’s not a difference maker when it really counts, when Juve need him most. Often bullied out of big games. Nothing personal, he’s a talented guy and good player but just my opinion. I want him to be great but as you said he’s 28 now and yet to achieve it in Turin or for Argentina.

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