Having started with the idea of a 4-3-3 to make the most of Pogba, the Juventus coach is evaluating other provisions
In addition to trying new things in the development of the maneuver, as some players have stated, it is Juventus technical staff is thinking of game systems that can be more functional to the squad available than the 4-3-3 which seemed to be Juve’s milestone with the return of Pogba. The injury of the Frenchman, the difficult coexistence between Bremer And Bonucci in a back four (both prefer the center-right) and the arrival of Kosticare making Allegri think.
With a three-man defense, for example, there would be the opportunity to field a backward sector with Danilo, Bonucci and Bremer, plus two high-quality full-range wards: Cuadrado and Kostic. In this way one could (while waiting for Chiesa) see Di Maria supporting Vlahovic. If in the first few releases, the director so sought after by the Juventus management is not yet in the squad, Juve could also take advantage of the possibility of the two midfielders in the middle of the field, in a 4-4-2 with Locatelli and Zakaria central and Cuadrado and Kostic on the outside lanes, or in a 4-2-3-1always with Di Maria behind Vlahovic.