Massimiliano Allegri reveals Juventus first main objective
Juventus’ first major goal has been disclosed by Massimiliano Allegri.
Massimiliano Allegri has revealed Juventus‘ top priority, stating that they need to avoid relegation following their Serie A point deduction.
The Bianconeri are going through a hard patch right now, and in their most recent league game, they were defeated at home by newly promoted Monza 2-0. They have actually dropped two of their past three games and are currently sitting in 13th place in the Serie A standings with just 23 points after 20 games.
Juventus had been pursuing a top-four finish until being docked 15 points for fraudulent accounting, and they are currently just 10 points clear of the drop zone. Given the present situation, Allegri stated that their first goal is to earn 40 points in order to escape relegation to the second level.
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“The fact is that we have 23 points. We have to reach 40 points which avoids relegation, it makes me laugh, but that’s how it is. The first objective is to catch those ahead of us,” he told reporters.
“To give ourselves goals now is unthinkable. Now we have to reach the team ahead of us and climb slowly. Tomorrow, we have to win because in the last three league games we’ve only scored one point.”
Allegri went on to confirm that Paul Pogba is not yet ready to return from injury while also sharing updates on Leandro Bonucci and Leandro Paredes. “Apart from Bonucci who has had the flu for three days, Pogba the usual, Paredes has leg discomfort and won’t be there. The others will all be present,” he added.
The Old Lady will look to get back to winning ways when they face Salernitana away from home on Tuesday in Serie A.
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