The 36-year-old defender wants to make a good impression on the new coach, Andrea Pirlo, from the start of the new cycle.
After the elimination of the knockout stages of the Champions League at the hands of Olympique Lyon on August 7, Giorgio Chiellini He is shaping up to be, 11 days later, the first to return to training camp in order to prepare for the new season.
The defender took less than two weeks after what was the last participation of Juventus in a 2019/20 campaign that was extended more than necessary due to the coronavirus pandemic, and from Tuesday it will begin with the preseason movements.
According to Tuttosport, the experienced Tuscan defender will first cross the doors of Continassa while waiting for the meeting scheduled for August 24 with the entire squad. On the side of Chiellini, his goal is to leave behind the physical problems that plagued him in the past year and marginalized him from most of the commitments.
The defender intends to make an immediate impression on the new coach, Andrea Pirlo. Initially, the 36-year-old footballer will dedicate himself to a program divided between the field and therapies, a gradual path towards a definitive recovery.
Luca Pellegrini, who returned from the loan from Cagliari and returned to Turin, should also be present with him. In the middle of the week it will be Merih Demiral’s turn after the cruciate ligament tear suffered several months ago and which is now behind.
De Sciglio is also expected to return and be eligible for the call-up after a serious injury in the game against Bologna that sidelined him from the final part of the season.
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