Massimiliano Allegri claims Juventus must not think about Ronaldo and urges his players to be more clinical in front of goal.
The Bianconeri tactician spoke at a press conference ahead of Tuesday’s Champions League clash against Chelsea.
Juventus have only won two games by more than one goal this season and Paulo Dybala is the best scorer this season with six goals in 11 appearances.
When asked if Juventus’ struggles in front of the goal are due to Ronaldo’s exit, Allegri replied:
“That’s the past, Ronaldo has been a centralizer everywhere he’s gone. We have many players who can score goals, we haven’t fulfilled our potential yet.
“We need to improve the finishing, we create important chances, but we often have the last pass wrong,” Allegri added.
“We need serenity and do not rush to score goals. We netted two against Lazio on Saturday, but we could have scored more. The are the preconditions for creating actions, that’s where we need to improve.”