Chiesa Injury

After Max Allegri’s admission that Paul Pogba is likely to be sidelined until January due to injury, Juventus has made preparations for life without him. Fans hoped that the midfielder would help the Bianconeri when he was signed during the last transfer window.

His first six months with Juve would be spent on the treatment table, and he has yet to play in a competitive game since joining. He is now out with an injury, joining Federico Chiesa on the team’s list of players who cannot play.

Since the beginning of the year, the attacker has been hurt, and at first, his absence was predicted to last eight months.

A recent story on Tuttojuve, however, suggests that this is no longer the case and that he will instead be returning in January. When healthy, Chiesa was a key cog in our machine; since then, he’s been forced to watch from the sidelines.

It’s a serious injury, so we need to wait till he fully recovers before bringing him back. Now is the time for the other players on the roster to prove themselves to the coach and the supporters.


In 2015, Chiesa received his first call to the Italy U19 squad. The Italian national team coach Paolo Vanoli has included him in his preliminary 27-man roster for the 2016 UEFA Euro Under-19 Championship in Germany.

As a member of Italy’s U19 team, Chiesa competed in exhibition matches against the Czech Republic, Spain, and France. During the 2015–16 Under-20 Four Nations Tournament, he was selected by Alberigo Evani to play for the U20s.

Chiesa Injury

In March 2017, Chiesa was called up by Luigi Di Biagio to the U21s for friendlies against Poland and Spain. On 23 March 2017, Chiesa made his U21 debut in a 2-1 win over Poland. He assisted on Lorenzo Pellegrini’s first goal of the game. He was also in the starting lineup in the 2-1 loss to Spain at the Stadio Olimpico.

Manager Di Biagio put him on the U21 squad that competed at the 2017 UEFA European Under-21 Championship in June. Against Denmark on June 19 in the tournament opener, he provided the assist on Italy’s second goal, scored by Andrea Petagna, after a cross after a corner kick. On June 27th, after a 3-1 loss against Spain in the semi-finals, Italy was eliminated.

He participated in the 2019 UEFA European Under-21 Championship in Italy with the U21 squad, where he tallied three goals during the group stage.

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