Argentine Matias Soulé may well be the crown jewel in this current crop of Juve youngsters. While the winger is yet to make his first senior start, he’s already earned call-ups to the Argentina national team with Lionel Scaloni keen to ensure he commits his international future to La Albiceleste.
Like Miretti, Soulé was superb in this season’s UEFA Youth League group stage and his wonderful solo effort against Chelsea did the rounds on social media. It was a sequence that manifested his talent, and it’s a shame Juventini have barely got to see him this season.
Allegri has given the 18-year-old just four minutes of first-team football thus far. Hopefully, that changes on Tuesday. Dejan Kulusevski, Federico Bernardeschi and Juan Cuadrado are all wide options for the Juve boss and two of these will inevitably occupy the flanks. However, Soulé must get a taste of senior football in contests like this.
The Argentine has been subject to loan interest from across Europe this month, but he’s poised to remain in Piedmont with Juve keen to harbour his development.