Friday, September 17

Cristiano Ronaldo on the bench while Juventus looks at the last minute away from Turin

Explanation provided by Cristiano Ronaldo on the bench for Juventus vs Udinese

Tonight, in the European media, an explosive update of the transfer has come to light, before the Juventus meeting with Udinese.

The new era of Allegri

Of course, the Bianconeri are set to kick off their 2021/22 campaign shortly.

After handing over the club’s Scudetto crown to fierce rival Inter Milan last time, the hierarchy at Allianz Stadium acted decisively, choosing to part ways with inexperienced Andrea Pirlo to reinstate Max Allegri on the club’s bench.

The Italian’s first task on the back of his comeback, as described above, comes in the form of a Serie A showdown with Udinese.

Juve have traveled to Stadio Friuli aiming for the three points, after champion Inter secured their title defense thanks to a midfielder thanks to a 4-0 beating over Genoa on Saturday.

Explanation provided by Cristiano Ronaldo on the bench for Juventus vs Udinese

TOPSHOT – Italian Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri kisses the champion’s trophy at the end of the Italian Serie A soccer match Juventus vs Atalanta on May 19, 2019 at Allianz Stadium in Turin. (Photo by Marco Bertorello / AFP) (Photo credit should read MARCO BERTORELLO / AFP via Getty Images)

CR7 wants to leave

Before the action begins in Udine, the attention during the last two hours, understandably, focused on the first matchday XI that Allegri will play after his return.

And those questions, in turn, were answered just a short time ago, when the Old Woman took to social media to reveal her latest lineup.

Players like Juan Cuadrado, Alex Sandro and Paulo Dybala, unsurprisingly, have been included from the start.

On the other hand, among those excluded are not only the new signing Manuel Locatelli and the hero of Euro 2020 in Italy Federico Chiesa, but, above all, Cristiano Ronaldo:

However, an explanation of CR7’s relegation to the bank has since been received.

And it will undoubtedly be a huge boost for any club that has been looking at a shakeup for the Portuguese during the final week of the summer transfer window.

According to a report by transfer expert Fabrizio Romano, Ronaldo’s absence came at his request, as the veteran attacker firmly aims to get away from Turin:

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