Allegri Campos, an unwelcome shot in the upper floors of the Bianconeri

Away from speculation, Juventus coach asks for acceleration in the market

On the higher floors this picture is certainly not likable. In short, whether it’s random or not (anything can happen, but there are things that are less likely than other types of encounters of this kind…completely coincidental) Max Allegri meets PSG sporting director Louis Campos in Montecarlo Immortalized by a photo that made the social media tours not judged – sorry pun – pretty picture of Juventus. Not up to the market? just Molding between friends? Even if the Bianconeri leaders were the ones who would love to think more Avoid inevitable speculation That that shot was created at a time when the PSG team, as it is well known, is looking for a new technician.

Having said that, it is true that the Parisian club has other intentions for its seats – but one last attempt was made anyway – and it is also true that Allegri, who is linked to Juventus until 2025, has no intention of changing the atmosphere. However, regardless of the speculation – as the inevitability was said – the fact remains that there is some fanaticism at this moment between the Juventus coach and the club. Max is convinced that the team – other than goodbye to Chiellini and Dybala – needs a strong redesign and given the specialness of next season – with the World Cup in late fall – he would like the team to be available as soon as possible. However, regardless of Pogba, the Juventus transfer market is running slowly at the moment. At least one central defensive player is missing, we need reinforcements from the outside, the midfield itself needs to be reconsidered, and now has the certainty of only Vlahovic and Kiza, moreover, they will return in September after a definitely serious injury. Of course, there is no shortage of time but acceleration is needed. This is what Allegri asked and asked him. That’s what many read behind the shot with Campos. The ball is now passed to Agnelli, Arrivabene and Krupini.

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