Del Piero: "João Felix is destined to be the best of the best"
Ahead of Atletico Madrid's visit to Turin, the former Juventus legend analysed the Spanish side and their Portuguese striker.
Ahead of the match-day five of the 2019-20 Champions League as Atlético Madrid travel to Turin to face Juve in Group D, bianconeri great Alessandro Del Piero analysed the fixture:
Dybala and Higuaín are back in great form again. Who would you use in the game against Atleti?
Sarri is doing well with his rotation system with the side securing great results. If Cristiano is fit, I'd play Higuaín with him and allow Dybala some time in the second half.
De Ligt has had a complicated adaptation process…
Chiellini's absence is a major blow but I have faith in Matthijs. He has great potential and is improving on a game by game basis.
Juventus are through to the next phase so do you expect the team to be more relaxed with the Atleti visit?
I don't think so, they will want to guarantee top spot in the group and Atleti are tough opposition.
Casillas recently stated that Jan Oblak is the best keeper in the world, What do you feel?
He's a fine stopper for sure and is up there with the best.
Do you see João Félix as a future Ballon d'Or winner?
He's already forging a name for himself with the best and has everything on his side. My only advice to him is to be true to his great talent at every training session and be obsessive about this. That way he will be unstoppable in the future. I'll say it again, he has everything to be the best.
Finally, a quick question on Euro 2020: Should Spain fear Italy again?
Mancini is doing a very fine job. To win the European Championship he needs to do more than just qualify the way he has. We need to build a team and a strong mentality. Roberto is having a very positive effect on the Nazionale.