Napoli coach: ‘It’s not possible to give a single goal’
Napoli’s coach Massimiliano Allegri has told Sky Sport Italia that “it’s not the time” to discuss the future of the club’s young players after they missed out on Champions League qualification.
The Rossoneri were beaten 3-1 by Borussia Monchengladbach on Wednesday in their opening Champions League match of the season, but have been without captain and defender Leonardo Bonucci since his hamstring injury.
According to the Italian, Napoli are not interested in selling any of their young players as he does not think it is in the best interests of the squad.
“I don’t see a situation where we need to sell players because they’re not ready yet,” Allegri said.
“The best thing is for the players to get as many minutes as possible in the competition.
The more minutes you get, the better you are.
I don’t think we need another year of injuries and suspensions.”
Alessandro Del Piero, who is still nursing an injury to his right foot, has started in goal for Napoli for the past two matches.
However, the 27-year-old has struggled to keep the ball in the net, making only three saves in the opening 45 minutes of Napoli, as he has failed to impress the Bianconeri coach.
Allegri added: “It’s a very difficult game, and it’s not an easy one.
It’s possible that we will lose a player who has played well for us in the past.”
We will have to wait and see if he will be available for tomorrow’s game.
But he’s not going to be able to play in tomorrow’s match, so it’s a difficult situation for everyone.
“The problem for me is that I don.
[We need] as many chances as possible, and if we lose, the next game is very important for us.”
But the main thing is that we need as many players to make our team better.
I’m convinced that we’ll be able if we keep playing like this.
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