Perin is likely to make his debut against Frosinone on Sunday
- According to Tutto Sport, Juve boss Max Allegri can have Mattia Perin to start against Frosinone
- The goalkeeper joined Juve this summer but the ex-Genoa skipper hasn't been given a chance to prove himself worthy yet
- Ahead of the game against Valencia Allegri said that he will have Perin to start the games after the Champions League round because "the calendar is very busy"
Chances are big we'll be able to see Juventus #2 goalkeeper Mattia Perin in the starting XI against Frosinone. According to Tutto Sport, the Bianconeri manager Massimiliano Allegri claimed the new signing will be given his chance really soon.
"Against Valencia it will be [Wojciech] Szczesny, but then Perin will have his chance, as the calendar is very busy. We will play every three days, and Mattia is training very well," Allegri said ahead of Juve's Champions League opener.
The outlet insists that even if Perin makes his way to the XI against Frosinone it shouldn't be a warning for Wojciech Szczesny who has established as Allegri's first choice man between the sticks. The Polish keeper demonstrated a first-rate performance against Valencia and parried a penaty shot by Daniel Parejo. That's why Szczesny should not see Perin's appearance as anything but a technical decision.
Mattia Perin joned Juventus this summer. The former Genoa skipper and Italy international moved to Torino for 12 million euros.