Nicolò Zaniolo returned to training this week ahead of the important Roma-Juventus clash.
The Old Lady will host the Giallorossi this weekend in Turin to extend her winning streak to five in a row and her unbeaten streak to seven.
Roma are by no means taken lightly, especially as The Special One took over the coaching job this summer, Jose Mourinho, a man who knows all too well how to win at any cost.
However, they aren’t the only ones strengthened by the return to fitness of one of their key players, Paulo Dybala is also back in training ahead of the tough encounter.
The Argentine missed our last two games after limping off shortly after the opening goal against Sampdoria on September 26, but is now fighting to return this weekend.
You can watch this weekend’s game at 8:45 p.m. local time (7:45 p.m. GMT) on Sunday, when Allegri takes on Mourinho for the first time since November 2018, as his Juve side in the CL group stage. against Jose’s Man United team, where both teams celebrated an away win.