Federico Chiesa is one of the faces at Juventus Turin who should actually shape the future. But the Gazzetta dello Sport claims there could be problems between the offensive star and Massimiliano Allegri.
Although he was one of the best players of the eventual winners Italy at the European Championship, Chiesa has not had too much to order from the Bianconeri in the new season. The 23-year-old only made one starting lineup at the start of the season, he was also substituted twice – like in the latest Serie A hit against Milan (1: 1), when he came into the game for Juan Cuadrado 20 minutes before the end.
But his coach was anything but happy with Chiesa’s performance. According to Gazzetta dello Sport Allegri is said to have been particularly angry about the defensive behavior of his protégé – shortly before the final whistle, he lost sight of Milan right-back Pierre Kalulu, who almost scored the Rossoneri’s winning goal.
“I admit that I made mistakes with the substitutions,” said Allegri after the game DAZN Plain text. “I should have brought on more defensive players to bring the 1-0 lead over time.”
Of Chiesa, Juves’ coach said: “He came on at a difficult moment in the game and I needed him to get the ball into the opponent’s half. He has to grow and realize what he can do because we’re at Juventus . “
Allegri then added quite clearly in the direction of the 23-year-old: “Luckily the referee has blown the game because we frankly risked defeat here. If you don’t understand that you have to put all your personal problems aside and work as a full-back, even if you are a striker you will not bring home those results. All we will remember is that we threw away two points. “
the Gazzetta dello Sport claims that there could be problems in the relationship between Chiesa and his trainer.
The winger’s situation will have to be monitored closely in the coming weeks, after all, a player with Chiesa’s potential should actually be a regular regular. He impressively demonstrated what he can achieve during the European Championship.
FC Bayern, which is said to have been interested in Chiesa in the summer, should also follow developments around the Italian with hawk eyes. “He’s a great player because he embodies unbelievable vigor and dynamism,” enthused Julian Nagelsmann during the summerimage from Chiesa. “I’ve known him for a long time and I think he’s outstanding because he’s so carefree, often dribbling and looking for a degree very quickly.”