Max Allegri: "Juventus are working well"



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Max Allegri: "Juventus are working well"

Max Allegri spoke after Juventus friendly match that beat Juventus Under-23 2-0. The manager of the club explained: "When we come to Villar Perosa (historic venue where this friendly match is played every summer - ed.) It is always very touching.

For those who do not know it, here you can perceive the history of Juventus, the passion and the love that allowed this club to win everything. The new ones see the passion and affection of the crowd. Today was a wonderful day that gives us an important boost for the start of the championship.

meeting between the owners, the president and the team: it was a memorable day that will remain within each of us, because this friendly is unique."

Allegri talked also abiut transfer marker

Kostic, Morata, Raspadori? The club has worked very well, as far as the future is concerned it's still everything to see.

There are players coming out, maybe others coming in. The club is working to set up an important squad as it has always done. If a player like Paredes would be convenient? We have Locatelli, Rovella, I'm happy." Manuel Locatelli, Juventus midfielder, also spoke after the friendly.

He said: "We are trying to have more dribble, we are training with the maximum commitment in this respect and we are following what the coach says. We are trying new things, I feel good. The important thing is to have the ball ourselves to try to dominating the game.

It was a family day, we play for the public and seeing this enthusiasm affects us. It was very nice, for the fans it was an important day. Di Maria is a great champion who brings us great enthusiasm, moreover he's an exquisite person and that makes a difference.

" Juventus continues to try to bring Alvaro Morata back to Turin. Juventus has not exercised the redemption option for 35 million euros, after the 20 already paid for the two-year loan, but they are in constant contact with the entourage of the player and Atletico Madrid, club owner of the player's card, to try to buy it for a lower amount, between 15 and 20 million euros.

Juve's will is to try to the last and only then turn to alternatives. The club has identified Leandro Paredes as the right name for the midfield. An economic agreement has already been found with the Argentine born in 1994, it remains to be negotiated with Paris Saint-Germain, which asks for 15 million euros for the former Roma.