The celebrations for Juventus' 8th Scudetto win in a row have been postponed, as the Bianconeri failed to get the point they needed against Spal to be crowned Italian champions once again. Allegri's side has now shifted their focus on the most important game of their season so far: the return leg of the Champions League quarter finals against Ajax on Tuesday.
Emre Can, Rodrigo Bentancur, Daniele Rugani and Blaise Matuidi have recovered from their injuries and will be available for the upcoming clash at the Allianz Stadium. The French midfielder especially has recovered from the claf issue suffered in the first leg in Amsterdam.
However, this is where the good news from the infirmary stops, as Giorgio Chiellini and Douglas Costa are still doubts for the game, but Juventus' medical staff are optimistic about them being available on Tuesday. On the flipside, Sami Khedira is unlikely to recover in time for the game, while Martin Caceres and Mattia Perin will definitely be out of the match. The Italian goalkeeper has in fact suffered a shoulder injury in training on Sunday morning.