Juventus have not been at their best at the start of the 2022/2023 season, neither in Serie A nor the Champions League. This condition cannot be separated from a number of key players who perform below standard.
Prior to the international break, Juventus had always lost in the Champions League and only won two of their first seven Serie A matches. The climax was when the Bianconeri lost to promoted team AC Monza with a narrow score of 0-1.
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In the match against Monza, Angel Di Maria received a direct red card for elbowing an opponent. The Argentine winger is one of the many Juventus players who have yet to find their best level at the start of the 2022/23 season.
Under the tutelage of Massimiliano Allegri, so far some Juventus players have not been able to bring out their best potential. Here are four Juventus players who have yet to find their best level at the start of the 2022/23 season.
Who are they? Come on, let's go straight to Bolaneters.
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Paulo Dybala (left) is guarded by Manuel Locatelli during the Juventus vs AS Roma duel, Saturday (28/8/2022) (c) AS Roma Official
Manuel Locatelli is one of the players who has not found his best level at the start of the 2022/23 season. Locatelli has not brought out his best potential, like when defending AC Milan and Sassuolo.
The Italian national team midfielder has only played five games in Serie A and once in the Champions League. The decline in Locatelli's performance at the start of this season was due to the player struggling a lot with injuries.
In fact, in the last season, Locatelli had performed well in his registrar role at Juventus. In total, this 24-year-old player recorded 43 appearances and packed three goals and five assists in various competitions.
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