Timothy Weah’s playing time at Juventus has been limited since his arrival at the club during the summer. He was brought in as a replacement for Juan Cuadrado and had initially expected to establish himself as the right-wing option for the Bianconeri.
However, in recent weeks, he has found himself on the bench, with Weston McKennie, a midfielder by trade, occupying the right-wing position. Weah recognises that this period serves as a learning phase for him, and he is committed to further development.
Weah understands the challenges of making a mark at a big club in a new country. Despite his limited playing time, he maintains a positive attitude and emphasises his willingness to work hard and continue improving.
Weah said, as quoted by Calciomercato:
“I’m learning a lot at Juventus and I think it’s good, so I can grow in my way of playing. In Italy, I’m settling in, even with the typical gestures.”
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Weah has a good attitude for a young player, which will benefit him throughout his career.
The American has to keep working hard in training, and in time, he will get his chance to play regularly.
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