Juventus has been listed as next season's Serie A favorites by pundits worldwide. Even though there's no objection here, one must realize that the team has let a few questions arise in preseason.
First of all, Carlos Tevez and Fernando Llorente seem confused about how exactly going about their roles in Conte's 3-5-2 formation, a tactical setup which is far less common outside the peninsula.
Llorente is more of a startling issue. He hasn't played in virtually one year, and his first touches and movement off the ball leave a lot to be desired.
Juventus' problem last season was the lack of a consistent scorer up front, and from everything that has been noticed in the preseason, Caros Tevez offers the Bianconeri their best bet for production.
However, Carlitos is not exactly a model of professionalism in the sport. It'll be interesting to see how coach Antonio Conte approaches the issue once the seasons gets underway.
During the press conference, the Old Lady's coach said that it was the first time he tried the Mirko Vucinic—Carlos Tevez pairing in a game. On paper it's about as mercurial as you can get with a striking tandem.