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Max Allegri has a big decision to make if his No. 5 can’t go Sunday night.
The post-international break slate of games to close out the 2023 calendar year is going to start with a banger this weekend, as it’s first-place Inter against second-place Juventus at the Allianz Stadium in Turin on Sunday night.
Limited options just became even more limited.
With just about one-third of the 2023-24 Serie A season played and Juventus sitting in second place ahead of the Derby d’Italia this weekend, we dished out some thoughts on the early part of the campaign and had out some awards — both good and bad.
The youngster has interest from plenty of clubs, but doesn’t look to be leaving Turin on a short-term basis.
It didn’t technically happen while wearing azzurro, but this is one heck of a thing to find out at the beginning of the break.
While we await the young Italian to make his comeback, his future at the club he grew up at is very much secured.
The defenders did it all for Juventus in the final game before the November international break, as the Bianconeri will head into the Derby d’Italia on a five-game winning streak after Saturday’s win over Cagliari and the chance to take first place over with a win over Inter.
Things remained the same at the top of the Serie A table, and that means things will be pretty dang spicy in a couple of weeks when the games return.