Juventus, angry argument between Paredes and Allegri. The relationship between Argentinian director and new world champion Leandro Paredes and Juventus is now uncredited. The player will not be relieved by the loan and will return to Paris Saint Germain in France in June. The Juventus club have opted to rely heavily on Fabio Miretti and Nicolò Fagioli in midfield. A wise and shareable choice in terms of age and commitments. The verbal altercation on Easter Monday was a tombstone for the relationship (in reality never born) between the 1994 born and coach Massimiliano Allegri, who was one of the main sponsors of his arrival. Which marks a limit of no return, even for a matter of balance in the black and white dressing room where there are no prima donnas. The Livorno coach made it clear right at the start of the season that everyone is useful and nobody is indispensable.
Juventus, raging argument between Paredes and Allegri: the facts
Juventus Easter Monday started with 300 fans in the stands It went on, to applause and autographs, and it ended with the most classic barbecue between staff, players and their families. Juventus party ruined by episode starring Leandro Paredes before lunch The Argentinian midfielder, who had already looked nervous in the morning, returned to the dressing room at the end of training with a brisk pace and anything but a smile on his face, passing Massimiliano Allegri by a few metres. What the former Paris Saint Germain and Juventus manager didn’t say to each other given the crowds in the stands on the pitch, they didn’t say in the minutes that followed as they returned to the dressing room. The player blurts out about the coach and also accuses him of not being busy in recent months.
Juventus, angry Paredes-Allegri argument: The player’s frustration over lack of employment
A heated argument in front of most of the team. So much so that Leandro Paredes, later reassured by some teammates, ended up not even attending lunch. Moments of tension and tense nerves. In those moments, the midfielder brought out the whole mix of frustration and disappointment that had been brewing lately, some of which has already surfaced with the sacking San Siroin front of the stop. From the disappointing performances to the short playing time (1086 minutes in total, only 170 minutes since February), from the benches to the youth overtaking Massimiliano Allegri in the hierarchies Enzo Barrechea, from the derby against Turin (February 28) sometimes at the expense of the world champion. The complaints appeared yesterday. And considering the director was back from an encouraging 27 minutes in Saturday’s final of Rome’s defeat by Lazio.