There are a number of Juventus players scheduled to jet-set around the world in order to meet up and represent their national teams. Here are all the national team commitments for the Bianconeri players:
A total of 14 Juventus players were called upon to wear the jersey of their national team. Leonardo Bonucci and Federico Bernardeschi will wear the blue of Italy again on Friday 15 November against Bosnia, before heading over to the home of Miralem Pjanic for a Euro 2020 qualifier; three days later (18/11) they will be on stage in Palermo for the fixture against Armenia. At the same time, Pjanic will play in Liechtenstein.
The first to take the field will be Merih Demiral, given that on Thursday (14/11) his Turkey will host Iceland at 6.00pm. On the 17th, he will then visit Andorra. Cristiano Ronaldo will have a double commitment for Portugal, on 14 and 18 November, where he will take on Lithuania and Luxembourg respectively.
Aaron Ramsey will lead his Wales in an away match against Azerbaijan (Saturday 16) and then at home against Hungary (Tuesday 19). On the same days, Wojciech Szczęsny (Israel-Poland and Poland-Slovenia), Emre Can (Germany-Belarus and Germany-Northern Ireland) and Matthijs de Ligt (Northern Ireland-Holland and Holland-Estonia) will all take to the field for their Euro 2020 qualfiiers.
A trip to the US is on the cards for Juan Cuadrado, who in the night between 14 and 15 (Italian time), will take on Peru in Miami with his Colombia, before then facing Ecuador.
The Bosnia-Italy match is not the only Bianconeri derby that will take place. In the afternoon of Friday 15, a match between Brazil and Argentina will be played in Saudi Arabia, seeing Paulo Dybala come up against Danilo and Alex Sandro. La Joya will then play on Monday 18 in Israel against Rodrigo Bentancur’s Uruguay, who will also be on the pitch a few days before in Hungary. Brazil’s second match is scheduled for Tuesday 19, in the Arab Emirates against South Korea.