Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri has confirmed that Paulo Dybala will captain the bianconeri if he plays for the club in the UEFA Champions League game against Ajax tomorrow.
Cristiano Ronaldo scored Juve's only away goal in Amsterdam last week as the Old Lady were held to a 1-1 draw in the Netherlands. The second leg will be played in Turin tomorrow.
Ahead of the game, Allegri was talking to the press and he talked about Dybala. He said: "Dybala will be the captain if he plays, otherwise it will be Bonucci."
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