Juventus winger Dejan Kulusevski works to bring the Scudetto back to Turin and said he’s ‘learning something new every day’ under Massimiliano Allegri.
Kulusevski scored when the Old Lady picked up a 2-1 win over Monza on Saturday and the Sweden international was happy with the positive start.
“It’s very important to start well,” Kulusevski told Italia 1. “We worked hard, it’s not easy to play the first friendly match like this. We won and that was important.”
Kulusevski said he’s already learning from the new coach Allegri, who replaced Andrea Pirlo at the helm this summer, and the former Atalanta winger hopes to bounce back from a disappointing 2020-21.
“I’m learning a lot from Allegri,” the Swede continued. “Above all, I’m learning on a defensive level, every day I learn something new.
“Last year it didn’t go as we wanted, even though we won two trophies. This year, we want to win the championship, we work for that.”