La Stampa interviewed Alex Sandro to know him better and to understand how they went the first months with the shirt of the Old Lady.
The Portuguese immediately rejects the reputation of ‘man of destiny’, assigned with after the decisive second assist at Juventus Stadium: “I do not feel as the man of providence, I feel only Juventus and of course I’m happy for these two wins. And I’m delighted to have scored Dybala “. In fate, however, the former Porto believes in: “I believe in fate, but especially in the work, which is what allows you to show your qualities later. Whether you play a minute, the same if you play ninety. “
The impact with the Italian football, however, was not easy: “Yes, it was complicated, because you have to acclimatise, but now I feel 100% part of this team that wins more the stronger it gets.” Maybe more difficulties were created because of the 26 million spent to take him to Turin, who were assuming a greater use: “A player always thinks of playing, let’s face it. But serves patience and then in my position I have a great player like Evra from which I can only learn. Allegri always gives me confidence. “ But how do you expect for the right moment? “We must always be happy and remember that we are living a dream that anyone would want to live.”
Against Manchester City, given the unavailability of Evra, it could be his time: “I do not know if I play, I know we have a very important match that we have to face at our best. We’ll have to give everything to stay focused and win. “ Champions League aside, Juve still in the race for the Scudetto? “We believe, but we have to live every game. The championship is still long and we want to fight until the last point. We are improving, but we can do even better. “