All available, or almost. Simone Inzaghi for the Italian derby, with the exception of Eriksen of course, will be able to count on the entire staff, even if yesterday Correa did a part of training apart and is in doubt. The options, however, are not lacking, so much so that there are five players tied together for three jerseys, namely Bastoni, Dimarco, Perisic, Vidal and Calhanoglu. […]
HERE JUVE – MassimilianoAllegri recovers Adrien Rabiot. And for the Juventus coach it is excellent news, given that the Frenchman has unique characteristics to complete the Juventus midfield. Last night the Covid test gave a negative result and Rabiot is therefore free to re-join the team in today’s finish and to be called up for Milan. Only today Allegri will decide whether to send him on the field from the first minute or keep him in the pachina. The player has always trained (he was completely asymptomatic), but Allegri does not necessarily risk it, considering the string of matches awaiting Juventus. Other good news: Paulo Dybala worked fully with the team. He is therefore ready to play against Inter, even in this case a departure from the bench is more likely. So what? Who plays offense? The most likely pair right now is Church-Morata, although both Moise Kean and Kajo Jorge are on hand and in good shape, as is Dejan Kulusevski, match winner of St. Petersburg. The Swede, so far, has been used as a weapon to be inserted in the last twenty minutes, when his physical strength combined with technique can be an extra weapon. As well as Arthur, who took the field against Roma in the final minutes, “freezing the ball”: the Brazilian is slowly becoming part of Allegri’s schemes, but has not yet snatched the starting ranks. For the rest of the line-up, a four-way line ahead of Szczesny with Danilo, Bonucci, Chiellini and Alex Sandro. Cuadrado will play on the right wing, Locatelli and Bentancur in the middle and on the left will be Rabiot-Bernardeschi ballot with the favorite blue.
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