Arkadiusz Milik joined Juventus from Marseille on a season-long loan deal in the summer transfer window of 2022. While his future at the French club remains uncertain as Juve have the option to make his transfer permanent next summer, Milik has taken note of the aspects that create a distinction between Ligue 1 and Serie A.
In an interview with L’Équipe, Milik opined that the games played in Italy are more driven by tactical sequences and the focus is more on the defensive element. On the other hand, the French league, according to the striker, offers more space to agile forwards. Discussing the argument, the Poland international said:
“Here, in Italy, it is more about tactics, in training and in matches, whereas in France, there is more space for fast players and wide players who can run.”
Perhaps not known for his pace but his positing around the attacking areas on the pitch, the former Napoli man has started well on his second spell in Italy. From 11 matches in all competitions thus far, Milik has racked up four goals and looks like a decent player in Massimiliano Allegri’s system.
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