TURIN. In Naples it could be time for Moise Kean, in the Juventus attack called to recover the ground lost in the first two games, or at least not to aggravate his delay in the standings. Not only and not so much for the double with the blue shirt, last night against Lithuania, scored by the twenty-one year old born in Piedmont, in Vercelli, from parents of Ivorian origin, but even more so because the availability of Paulo Dybala and Federico Chiesa will not be there.
‘Joya’ will play at 1.30 am this night (Italian time) with the Argentina shirt, playing against Bolivia for the 2022 World Cup qualifiers. Her return to Italy is expected when Juventus have already left for the away match in Campania, like that of other South Americans. Chiesa will be left in Turin as a precaution, even if the medical examinations did not reveal any particular problems.
It is therefore more than possible that Allegri will field the twenty-one year old that Juve has just taken over from Everton, paired with Morata. It was the technician who made Kean debut when he was just 16 years old. After the parenthesis in Verona, the return to Juve and the years abroad, at Everton and, on loan, at Paris Saint German, Kean wants to make it to Juve. Satisfied with the two goals in the blue jersey, after having lost the European championship, Kean is now aiming to establish himself in the Italian championship: “There is a lot of work to be done now that I have returned to Juventus,” he said yesterday in Reggio Emilia. An already important chance could be played in Naples in the team that with the departure of Cristiano Ronaldo is changing its game and looking for new certainties. It is unlikely that Alex Sandro and Danilo, both engaged in Brazil-Peru, will be able to return to Naples in time. Instead, the Colombian Cuadrado should do it. On the pitch at Maradona there will be no Juventus that Allegri would have wanted to redeem the first two missteps, but the Juventus coach still asks the team not to make mistakes again.