Juventus Vs. Ajax: Cristiano Ronaldo and Allegri's message optimistic for Portuguese in Champions League | Italy | 2019 | Champions League


Cristiano Ronaldo is the call to lead Juventus way to the end of Champions League. The Portuguese is the team's top scorer and was expected to be the figure in the quarterfinals against Ajax both in Amsterdam and in Turin. A blow would not allow that, but there is still hope.

Massimiliano Allegri
trainer Juventus, was "optimistic" on Monday Cristiano Ronaldo, without playing for a week for muscle problems, may be available for play against the Ajax of Amsterdam.

"We hope to have Cristiano for the first match with Ajax, he is working well every day and we should be optimistic, his leg is much better," said Allegri., during the press conference before the league game against Cagliari.

Cristiano Ronaldo retired injured in the 28 minutes of the game that the Portugal team played against Serbia , on 25 March, qualifying for Eurocup 2020.

According to the medical report provided at the time by the Portuguese national team and its own Juventus, Cristiano Ronaldo He had a "mild gravity" problem in the right thigh flexors, which questioned his presence in the game against Ajax, from the 10th of April.

"We still have nine days to play in Amsterdam and we have time to evaluate things, we should be aware of everything," added Allegri.

The Juventus coach also spoke about the rest of the injured team: " Douglas Costa It is in good condition and should be ready. (Sami) Khedira This Sunday he worked with the team and could be against Milan. (Juan) Square I could go back between a week and ten days while (Andrea) Barzagli keep working. "

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