Juventus anxious for Weston McKennie
Tendonitis for Weston McKennie, Juventus anxious
Not good news arrives for Juventus from the other side of the Atlantic Ocean: Weston McKennie has in fact suffered tendinitis in his left knee during the U.S. national team training camp and has therefore been allowed to return to Turin to carry out all the necessary tests.
The midfielder, who last year ended up low in Massimiliano Allegri’s hierarchies so much so that he had to go on loan to Leed United to find continuity and minutes, this year has returned important in the Bianconeri chessboard, also accomplice to the disqualifications of Paul Pogba and Nicolò Fagioli and the physical problems that are gripping several players, last Manuel Locatelli and Fabio Miretti.
The examinations to which the American midfielder will undergo will first of all clarify whether he can be available for the top league supersfight against Inter, scheduled for Sunday, Nov. 26, at Allianz Stadium (kickoff at 8:45 p.m.).
Otherwise, Allegri will have to make necessity and virtue, considering that of the normal midfield rotation, at the moment, the only able-bodied and enlisted è Adrien Rabiot.