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Trezeguet on Juventus’ Chiesa and Kane’s future

Fri 01 October 2021 | 10:42

The Bianconeri legend talks about where Federico Chiesa needs to work on and recommends the England international to depart Tottenham: ‘People will remember your trophies.’

Federico Chiesa

met the back of the net in

Juventus

’ 1-0 victory over

Chelsea

on Wednesday. The Italy international has had a crucial role in Juve’s wins so far in the 2021-22 season, having netted two goals in six games.

Federico doesn’t think much, but he works a lot, he has superb dribbling skills and is the most decisive Juventus player,”

David Trezeguet

told

La Gazzetta dello Sport

.

“He’s different from the others and Juve need him a lot. With him or without him, everything changes, Juventus become another team.”

Following the first few matches, Allegri thinks Chiesa needs to know what staying at the Bianconeri means. In his post-match press conference after the Blues’ clash, the coach revealed the former Fiorentina star may become a striker in the future.

Not a classic centre forward, that’s for sure,”

said Trezeguet.

“He loves spaces, he likes to start wide, he will never be a player like Osimhen. For me, he is a winger or a support striker.

“Federico is having fun, even when he makes mistakes, he seems to have fun. He must learn how to manage himself during the game, move on the pitch and understand what his teammates do. He’ll get there.”

Trezeguet was asked who the best centre forward in the world is.

“I think [Robert] Lewandowski. He has everything. He is quick when it counts, he can shoot with both feet and world-class ball control.

“Haaland is the prototype of the centre forward during the next decade. He is tall, he scores, he is self-critical. Unique.”

How about Harry Kane and Romelu Lukaku?

“Kane is a top striker, but I think that sometimes you need to take a step forward to win. For him, it’s now. Until now, he’s won almost nothing and, in the end, people will remember the trophies you’ve won.

“Lukaku has proved to be competitive, but the world changes without Conte. Chelsea’s playing style is not as direct. I think he is a strong No.9, but he needs support from the team.”

The 43-year-old made a move to the Serie A side from Monaco in 2000, after netting the Golden Goal in the Euro 2000 Final against Italy.

He contributed to the Euros and the World Cup with France in 1998. He became Juventus’ most prolific foreign player, scoring 171 goals in 320 matches.


source: SportMob

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