After analyzing the current teams of Inter as well as defending champion AC Milan, it is now time to take a closer look at one of the main stars of the summer transfer market. As we’ve all seen over the course of market transferJuventus sporting director Federico Cherubini and his associates have been relentless in their efforts to support Massimiliano Allegri’s team, especially after the departure of some of the club’s most famous names.
So at the end of the day, does the old lady boast a stronger team compared to last season’s team? Let us study the sections of the club one by one.
While management remained the same in terms of staffing, Mattia Perin began the campaign with a newly acquired confidence while serving in the absence of the injured Wojciech Szczesny.
The Italian guardian secured a new contract last season after establishing himself as one of the new locker room captains and showing his dedication to the cause.
Verdict: It hasn’t changed yet.
In: Giorgio Chiellini, Matisse de Ligt, Luca Pellegrini
October: Federico Gatti, Gleeson Bremer
For the first time in 17 years, . was released Bianconeri You will not be able to count on the generous service and unparalleled expertise of Giorgio Chiellini. While Matthijs de Ligt was supposed to be the natural heir to the legendary captain, he decided to separate from the old lady and head toward greener pastures.
Having secured the services of Gleeson Bremer, Juventus added the best defender in Serie A last season to their squad, while Federico Gatti is another rising central defender with great promise.
However, this department seems a little weaker without the inspiring presence of its longtime leader, while Leonardo Bonucci’s physical condition looks more shaken by the day.
To make matters worse for Allegri, the full-back division remained unaddressed over the summer. Curiously, a new left-back arrived in the form of Andrea Cambiasso, before he was promptly loaned to Bologna.
Moreover, Luca Pellegrini has also joined Eintracht Frankfurt on a temporary basis, leaving quickly-declining Alex Sandro as the main choice on the left, with versatile Mattia De Sciglio as an acceptable but far from convincing alternative.
In: Paul Pogba, Leandro Paredes, Niccol Fagioli
Directed by: Denis Zakaria, Arthur Melo
In the past few campaigns, midfield has become the club’s Achilles heel. Therefore, Cherubini had some major work on his hands in this particular department.
While Paul Pogba’s long-awaited return was the highlight of the summer, things quickly got worse due to a meniscus injury and a failed attempt to treat it. long story short, Bianconeri You will have to wait until at least January to watch the Frenchman in action. But regardless of the current calamity, it remains a decent signature.
However, Leandro Paredes may actually be the club’s best job this summer, as the Argentine appears to be a kind of film director That club has been missing since the days of Miralem Pjanic. Furthermore, Niccol Fagioli should add some depth to the division, while Fabio Meretti continues to develop into a brilliant midfielder of the modern era.
As for the departure, few Juventus fans will mourn the departure of Arthur Melo, as the Brazilian was never convinced during his time in Turin. On the other hand, it can be argued that Denis Zakaria deserves more time to prove his worth, but his quick departure was necessary to make room for the newcomers.
Verdict: Significantly stronger.
Wingers / attackers
In: Angel Di Maria, Philip Costek. Arcadios Melik
Directed by: Paulo Dybala, Federico Bernardeschi, Alvaro Morata
This is arguably the hardest section to judge, while the entire team campaign can fall on the shoulders of the guys up front as well as good judgment from the management.
While Filip Kostic should be an upgrade over Federico Bernardeschi, it remains to be seen if Arkadiusz Milik will prove to be Dusan Vlahovic’s best friend than Alvaro Morata.
As for the comparison between Angel Di Maria and Paulo Dybala, it remains inconclusive, as we are talking about two great stars who play in different positions and with different playing styles.
Verdict: A tough call, but maybe a little stronger.
With a more efficient midfield and an attacking new look, Juventus may have the most amazing team in Serie A. However, the old lady’s laurels have always been built on a fierce defence, and that’s where the club might fail compared to him. previous years.
But in all, the Bianconeri They seem to be better equipped than last season in their forced quest to win back their loved ones Scudetto nickname. Once the club’s key players return from their injury layoffs, the Turin-based giant should be able to reclaim their place among the elite.