Allegri Disappointed with Higuain
Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri admitted feeling disappointed with his attacker Gonzalo Higuain Kaisarjudi123.com.
That’s because the player did not provide maximum performance for the Bianconeri when every game.
Allegri claimed not to know exactly what makes Higuain not provide maximum performance for Juventus.
Despite not giving his maximum performance, Allegri still regard the former Napoli striker as a very important player.
In an interview, Allegri said, “I feel disappointed with Higuain.”
“He did not give his maximum performance. It’s very embarrassing. ”
“For me Higuain is a great player. For that I want him back like he used to. ”
“I was disappointed with him. But I also want him to change. ”
“I as a coach of course this is a bad thing. And I do not want him back like this. “
Italian League Transfer Exchange, AC Milan Most Boros
The summer transfer market of 2017 has been closed for Italian clubs since Thursday (8/31/2017) Situs Judi. For this edition, Italian clubs are quite active shopping.
Total, 20 Serie A contestants or the top Italian league contest 879.2 million euros (equivalent to Rp 13.9 trillion) in the summer transfer market in 2017. The biggest expenditure listed by AC Milan is poured 194.5 million euros.
The value includes eleven recruits, eight of which are permanent and the remainder on loan. Of the eleven players, Leonardo Bonucci recorded as the most expensive recruits with a price of 42 million euros.
Who is the most extravagant Italian club after AC Milan? Here is the list:
1. AC Milan: 194.5 million euros
2. Juventus: 149.2 million euros
3. AS Roma: 93.55 million euros
4. Inter Milan: 86.5 million euros
5. Fiorentina: 68.7 million euros
6. Naples: 56.7 million euros
7. Sampdoria: 45.9 million euros
8. Atalanta: 41.9 million euros
9. Torino: 22.6 million euros
10. Sassuolo: 21.5 million euros
Allegri Targets Champions League
Juventus skipper Massimiliano Allegri is rumored to again target the Champions League trophy, which has been their 2nd successful finish in the final.
Barcelona and Real Madrid also become a barrier skuat The Old Lady to get the Champions League trophy, of course make Allegri quite furious with conditions like this.
“Next season we have to keep targeting the Champions League, we all do have a deep sense of disappointment, but the best answer is we have to rise in order to go better,” said Allegri.
“Our defeat yesterday by Real Madrid certainly will not be forgotten, but mentally we have to get up so as not to feel frustrated.”
Juventus Still Want Bernardeschi?
The arrival of Douglas Costa will not uncover Juventus intentions to bring Federico Bernardeschi.
It is thought that the Bianconeri will inaugurate a deal for Costa tomorrow, with the Bayern Munich winger undergoing medical trials as soon as possible.
Bernardeschi, meanwhile, may be an alternative for the Brazilian, but the media have reported that he still wants to recruit the Viola striker.
What’s more, Juan Cuadrado will not be sold because the club wants to give coach Max Allegri as many options as possible for his flagship 4-2-3-1 formation.
The Turin-based club is expected to make a bid for Mattia De Sciglio, the Milan defender this week.
Another Step Join AC Milan, Andrea Conti Semringah
Atalanta winger defender, Andre Conti, admitted very happy because one more step in uniform AC Milan. The player was reported to have undergone medical tests at Millanello on Thursday (06/07/2017) local time.
“I am very excited and impatient to start my career at AC Milan, and when I am at Milanello I will be emotional, I am very happy at the moment,” said Conti.
Andrea Conti showed a slick appearance at Atalanta throughout the 2016-2017 season. The player recorded eight goals and five assists from 35 matches in various competitions.
Andrea Conti’s positive performance led Atalanta to fourth in the Serie A. Sergio A. The La Dea native team automatically competes in the Europa League group phase next season.
AC Milan reportedly disbursed around 22 million euros (Rp 335.15 billion) to secure Andrea Conti. If the transfer process was officially announced, the 23-year-old defender will be the second Atalanta player to be imported by Rossoneri in the 2017 summer transfer window.
Previously, AC Milan officially get Franck Kessie from Atalanta as a loan player for two seasons. However, Vincenzo Montella’s side have the option of signing up the player in June 2019.