Juventus Seeking Ways to Use Chiesa and Yildiz Together

Juventus haven’t won in a month, losing to Inter and Udinese and drawing with Empoli and Hellas Verona, and coach Massimiliano Allegri is looking for how to get out of their rut. Even though he has ruled out a permanent tactical change, something could be in the works, TuttoSport informs.

In particular, the gaffer is testing out how to field Federico Chiesa, Dusan Vlahovic, and Kenan Yildiz at the same time. They featured together for a brief stretch of the most recent tilt. The manager walked it back a few minutes after Adrien Rabiot’s equalizer.

Juventus could move on from 3-5-2 and turn to 4-3-3 if Allegri liked how the experiment worked. Alternatively, he could resuscitate 4-2-3-1, which he employed for a pair of seasons in the past.

More than on tactics, the boss will try to rebuild the mentality of his squad. It has been shot ever since they dropped points versus Empoli right before the pivotal clash with Inter.

Our Take on the Juventus Tactics and Allegri

If there’s something the last two games proved, it’s that they really haven’t rehearsed alternative formations. They looked all discombobulated and jury-rigged when steering away from their usual one. They better exploit the star trio while everybody is healthy, which might not last long. There could be a way to do that while still having a three-man defense, using Weston McKennie a little wider, Andrea Cambiaso on the left, and benching Filip Kostic.

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