Angelo Alessio has claimed that Juventus will not take anything for granted when they face Nordsjaelland in the Champions League.
The Bianconeri travel to Denmark to face Kasper Hjulmand's team on Tuesday, and the 47-year-old assistant Coach believes his side will not be complacent.
“We have great respect for Nordsjaellad,” he told a Press conference. “They are a team that plays great football, and have done well against Shakhtar Donetsk and Chelsea.
“They play good, possession football, and we realise how much quality they have. We have prepared for a challenging match.
“There are no easy games in this competition, so we will have to focus on tomorrow night.”
He also declined to comment on any selection issues his team may face ahead of the game.
“We still have one more training session,” he said. “And we will use it to make any final decisions regarding who will start.”
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