Fabio Capello believes the new Juventus team will revolve around Dusan Vlahovic.
The striker joined the Bianconeri in the January transfer window as one of the hottest goal machines in Europe.
The Bianconeri enjoyed some of his talents in the second half of last season, but he wasn’t at his brilliant best.
But he is partaking in pre-season with them now and they have added the likes of Paul Pogba and Angel di Maria to their team in this window.
They should create more chances for him to convert and the Italian manager, Capello, believes the team will be built around him, but he adds that Federico Chiesa will also be an important player.
He said, as quoted by Tuttojuve: “Vlahovic will be the reference point for the Bianconeri and we must not lose given the return of an important player like Chiesa.”
Juve FC Says
Vlahovic is one of the most lethal attackers in the world, and he showed that at Fiorentina.
A move to Juve should make him even better as a player. We didn’t enjoy much from him in the second half of last season.
However, in the upcoming campaign, he must be in top form and prove why most European clubs wanted to add him to their squad in the last transfer window.
about time, although with a defensive coach his growth is still severely stunted.
Gee, tell me the obvious. Whats the point of publishing the same comments from all the different pundits.
I believe that Fabio Capello is gradually turning himself to a talkative most recently, I don’t know when it’s his duty to talk about who Juve will build its team around as main player, or is that parts of what he is been paid for to earn as a pundit. He should leave the choice for the Juventus manager, his era is since gone and right now a team is not build on one individual player. The reason most of top teams do not build their team on an individual player in this era is that an individual player can get injured and be out of game for a whole lots of time. Right now modern football is not build around one q0qindividual player like its was done during his era as a top manager in Europe, a whole lots of things have changed in modern football and that is what Fabio Capello just have to get.