Angelo Ogbonna has conceded that he is getting used to being rotated at Juventus, insisting it is ‘normal’.
The youngster arrived from Torino in the summer, but has so far played just five League games for the Bianconeri.
“It’s normal that there’s so much competition here,” he told JTV. “It’s not that you play less games, it’s just you play every three days so the Coach has to be careful.
“You can’t keep on playing all of the time – sometimes there has to be a change in the team.
“It’s taken me a while to assimilate because it’s different here, but I’ve always made myself available to the Coach.”
The Italy international then commented on his ambitions for this season and the upcoming Ballon d’Or.
“It’s my dream to go to the World Cup. Unfortunately I don’t have a magic wand though. It’s the Coach who makes those decisions.
“The Ballon d’Or? Honestly, I would give it to Pirlo.”
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