A new look for the Juventus squad comes with new faces and a lot of changes.
The club has replaced their current 4-3-3 formation with a 4-2-3‑1 formation.
The team’s most notable change is the inclusion of Gonzalo Higuain in the starting XI.
Higuard is the third Argentinean to start for the team and is the first to make an appearance since the team’s inaugural campaign.
The 23-year-old started the 2015/16 campaign at Juventus but did not make a single appearance for the club.
The move to a 4‑2-2‑1 means Juve are able to play with a back four of two centre-backs, one of whom is a right-back.
Juve have been able to utilise the extra man due to the lack of a defensive midfielder.
Higue has been a big help in the backline as well, and has been integral in Juve’s goalscoring exploits.
In his first match, the Argentina international assisted both of Juventus’ goals.
This is the type of performance that the team needs from their star man.
Juventino was a huge influence in the team, as well as the midfielders.
He scored the opening goal in the Champions League final in April and has also been a key part of Juve backline this season.
The Argentina international has also made a number of other appearances this season for the national team.
Juventus have also made two changes to their starting XI, with the arrival of Gianluigi Donnarumma from AC Milan and the inclusion in the squad of Giorgio Chiellini.
The Juventus boss has taken the veteran centre-back position out of the hands of Andrea Pirlo, while also taking advantage of the absence of the team captain.
Donnarampos ability to control the tempo and control the game, combined with the Italian international’s ability to play in the attacking third has made him one of the most sought-after centre-halves in the world.
He is currently playing for Juventus’ reserve side and has had a lot to prove since joining them in 2016.
Chielliini, on the other hand, is the captain of the reserve side.
He has had an up and down season for Juve, but has still managed to earn the trust of the fans with his performances.
In the Champions Leagues final against Sevilla, Chiella was a key member of Juventus side.
In this match, he was instrumental in their equaliser.
The Argentinean midfielder has played in all four of the Serie A fixtures for Juventinos side this season and scored two goals.
Juventus are still without a starting goalkeeper, although they did sign Petr Cech from Chelsea for an undisclosed fee.
A lot has changed since Juve last won the Scudetto in 2017.
Juventus had only won the Serie B title in 2010, but their title success had been greatly aided by the arrival in the Serie C of Giuseppe Rossi.
Rossi has been an important part of Juventus’s title-winning side, and the club are currently third in Serie A and the Champions league.
Juventus have won nine of their last 10 matches in Serie C, and are currently the only team to have reached the final of both competitions.
With the new formation, the club will be able to focus on getting the best out of Higuards talent and the rest of the squad.
They have a very strong squad and are a very dangerous team.
They can score a lot and have a lot going for them.
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