TURIN- The exchange of transfers between Kurzawa and De Sciglio jumped at the last moment. All Sarri's fault. According to what was reported by the transfer expert Alfredo Pedullà, the former Napoli coach would have blown up this exchange because he would have considered Kurzawa difficult to adapt from a tactical point of view. According to Sarri, it would have taken too long to insert the PSG player into his tactical schemes.
Juventus transfer market, Sarri preferred to keep De Sciglio.
Better to keep De Sciglio who already knows his idea of football. But that's not all, the exchange would have jumped mainly by Sarri's will but Juventus would also have given his assent to the coach because annoyed by the request for engagement by Kurzawa, who in the last few hours would have played upward.
"That of Naples was a bad defeat, we could and we had to do better". It is the self-criticism of Gigi Buffon after the knockout remedied with the Azzurri: “Delicate and negative passages like these – explained the Juventus goalkeeper to Sky Sport's microphones – are still useful in one season. They are useful for regaining a certain hunger, humility, for not taking anything for granted.
Probably we too, unconsciously, have realized that we face Napoli in great difficulty. It should make you raise your antennae and give an incredible enthusiasm, but it is also true that even without winning we had the certainty and serenity to be in the lead and to command. If it had been a decisive match for Juve, we would have won "(source Ansa and Sky Sport).
Source: Blitz Quotidiano