Matthijs De Ligt and Dejan Kulusevski compact claims training at his new club is more difficult. Questions also arise about the training method in Juventus.
De Ligt was the first to comment on the severity of training at Bayern Munich. The Dutch international defender left Juventus and joined Bayern last summer.
“Training sessions for both clubs were tough, but in Italy, it’s more about tactics and systems, less intensity, and especially not a lot of sprints,” said De Ligt.
Bayern coach Julian Nagelsmann was surprised by De Ligt’s statement that the training session in Munich was the toughest for him in the last four years.
“I spoke to him after training and he said the session was the toughest in four years. It was tough, but not at all heavy. It’s normal for Dr. Broich (Bayern Head of Fitness),” said Nagelsmann.
Not long ago, it was Dejan Kulusevski who left Juventus last January to join Tottenham Hotspur it also praised the training methods at his new club. He worked harder in England.
“We work hard every day, more than in Italy. I like how we work in London. Thanks to the coach, of course. I am very happy to play for him,” Kulusevski said of Antonio Conte.
“At Tottenham, we work more in the gym and the results are visible. My world has changed.”
De Ligt and Kulusevski’s similar statements raise questions about the training methods and the way Allegri manages his players at Juventus. Moreover, Juventus this season got unsatisfactory results.
Allegri is in the spotlight after Juventus have won just two of their nine matches in all competitions so far. The Bianconeri have lost three times, two of them in the Champions League.
Final, Juventus defeated by the promotion team Monza in Serie A. Dusan Vlahovic et al. will soon resume the season after the international break by hosting Bologna on Monday (3/10/2022) early morning WIB.