Dejan Kulusevski – C- – Kulusevski’s been limited to just four starts and 17 substitute appearances thus far. In short, Allegri doesn’t fancy him. When he has earned a rare start, he’s often been used in an unfavourable position alongside the striker. Still, despite offering the odd glimpse of magic, Kulusevski has played without much confidence for the most part. He must soon rediscover the swagger that saw him blossom into one of Serie A’s brightest talents.
Federico Chiesa – B – While Chiesa has just four goal contributions to his name in all competitions, there’s no doubting that he’s been inhibited by Allegri and his overly cautious ideals. So often has he looked disconnected from Juve’s stale possession play. Still, Chiesa has produced one or two stunning performances this term, and he’s always Juve’s chief transition threat when he’s in the side. He’s a player that can conjure up something special from very little.
Paulo Dybala – A- – Niggling injuries prevented Dybala from grading higher. The Argentine’s missed a handful of games with three separate injuries already this season. Nonetheless, he’s been Juventus’ main man when fit. La Joya leads the way with 12 goal contributions and his importance to Allegri’s Bianconeri is overwhelming. He’s the sole creative force and a reliable goalscorer.
Alvaro Morata – C- – Despite scoring seven times, Morata has certainly failed to fill the boots of Cristiano Ronaldo so far and it appears that he’ll leave Juventus in January. Barcelona have come calling. We’ve rarely seen the very best of the Spaniard this term, although his very worst has manifested on quite a few occasions.
Moise Kean – C- – Oh, Moise. The man of the unconventional goal. You really want to love him, don’t you? The Italian’s scored four times in 667 minutes, but his overall play has been pretty poor. He requires plenty of refinement if he’s ever to evolve into a top-tier forward. He’s too erratic technically, at the moment.
Kaio Jorge – N/A – Jorge’s 121 minutes this term have been accumulated across nine substitute appearances. There’s not enough to grade him.
Matias Soule – N/A – The kid has lit it up at a youth level but we’ve barely got a glimpse of him with the first team.