Spain`s Super Cup 2021/22 will be finalized this week and the semi-finals will begin Wednesday when Real Madrid will face Barcelona in El Clásico. The game will take place in Riad, Saudi Arabia, and the winner will face either Atletico Madrid or the Athletic Club in the final on Sunday. Barca lost to athletics in last year's final, but Real Madrid advanced to the final two years ago, beating rival Atletico Madrid. Barca: The new signature Ferran Torres isn't available in this newly registered game, but he's with Pedri in Saudi Arabia.
Real Madrid: Los Blancos played in a very healthy match, injuring only Gareth Bale and Mariano. Tip: Real Madrid 2, Barcelona 1 Federico Chiesa Injured: How will Juventus replace the star for the rest of the Serie A season? How will Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri deal with Chiesa's defeat? Injuries can completely change the season for players and clubs. That's exactly what happened when Juventus played against Rome last Sunday (check out all the Serie A actions on Paramount +). Federico Chiesa's season is over with a clash with Chris Smalling, who wasn't worried at first.
Chiesa tried to continue playing for a few more minutes, but unfortunately these extra hours put a strain on him throughout the season. He suffered a cruciate ligament injury and was forced to miss the World Cup playoffs in Italy in March after finishing his year at Juventus. This is bad news for Juventus and Roberto Mancini. Juventus and Roberto Mancini will need to compete in the World Cup in Qatar later this year without the best EM players last summer.
Italian managers need to find an internal solution, but Juventus can also solve problems in the transfer market. Start with the transfer market, your favorite solution for fans. Second, it's almost impossible to replace a key player like Chiesa. To replace the Chiesa, you need to buy a star.
Instead, Juventus' first step in the transfer market is to keep players from going anywhere. Chiesa is a wing, but Juventus focused on the striker this month. Bianconeri is unlikely to spend a lot of money in January, so lenders are more likely to arrive by the end of the season. Some agents are calling him for a player like Sardar Azmoun of Zenit St.
Petersburg, but they are not on the Juventus list at this time. By the way, Chiesa's injury could make Juventus Turin's commitment to buy him from Fiorentina at the end of the season technically difficult. The other terms of the agreement relate to the right to qualify for the next Champions League in which Juventus will race in Serie A this season, but there is no guarantee. Juventus will certainly buy Chiesa, even if it is not technically enforced by the terms of the contract or if the team is not eligible for the Top 4.
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