Tite’s Brazil will make a stop in Turin ahead of the World Cup in Qatar after reaching an agreement with Juventus.

Tuttosport details how the Brazilian Football Federation and the Bianconeri signed an agreement some time ago that’ll see the Seleção train at the club’s training ground in Continassa from November 14 to 19, before they head off to Qatar for the World Cup.

This was a decision that was also made 32 years ago, when Brazil stayed in Turin for the 1990 World Cup.

It’ll be a comfortable move for Juventus trio Danilo, Alex Sandro and Gleison Bremer, who are all expected to join the squad for the tournament. 

The World Cup in Qatar forces Serie A to take a six-week break, which’ll start on November 14 and finish on January 4 2023.

The next month is key for Massimiliano Allegri and Juventus after their poor start to the season and they’ll be hoping to enter the break in a far better position than the one they’re in now.

4 thought on “Juventus offer training ground to Brazil ahead of World Cup”
  1. This time PhD Max 2022, Legend of Haifa and curse of the zombienaccio.

  2. Blame Roberto Carlos and Cafu. To think that a nation of 212 million can include these two fine bricklayers sums it up. Brazil will be starting with 9 men from the get go if they start with those legendary scholars of tai chi yoga back back.

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