Kostic’s utilization by Juventus apparently irritates Serbia


Juventus needed a new winger, so they acquired Filip Kostic from Eintracht Frankfurt during the summer. The Serbian player, who joined them after making an impression in the previous season’s Europa League, has been a constant in their lineup this year. He was selected by Serbia for the FIFA World Cup in Qatar in 2022 as a result of his performance, and he is now aiming to establish himself as one of the key players for his nation.

The management of the national team are upset because Juve overworked him, and they may have to rest him for the game against the Selecao, according to a Tuttojuve report.

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Filip Kostic is a reliable player who has shown this in the Bundesliga. Additionally, the winger will be a wise investment for Bianconeri. Massimiliano Allegri is limited in his options. This season, he had to use Alvaro Morata and Paulo Dybala on the wings. But this summer, they both plan to quit the club. The hierarchy of the club would do well to reinforce the vast regions. The 29-year-old is speedy and has exceptional wide-area crossing ability.

As a result, Dusan Vlahovic will be able to score more goals as Filip Kostic joins the team. Given, he will receive superior service from a fellow citizen. The 29-year-old is now a wing-back for Frankfurt. He will therefore exhibit defensive awareness, enabling Juventus to maintain its shape without the control of the ball.

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What did Juventus have to say?

On their behalf, Juventus said that

“It is ridiculous to accuse us of overusing a player we employed and signed because we need his expertise.”

As long as Kostic is healthy and available to play, he will continue to be a crucial member of our team and will appear in numerous more games. Even if the winger is injured, which is not the case, he should still contribute to his nation’s World Cup campaign.

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