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Patrice Evra on the Milan game and the impressive Kingsley Coman


Juventus defender Patrice Evra says Saturday's game against Milan will be very difficult for the Bianconeri.

The Frenchman played the full 90 minutes in mid-week against Malmo and is expected to be in the line-up to face the Rossoneri at the San Siro stadium.

"It will be a tough game," Evra is quoted as saying by

"All games are tough but we are Juventus and I signed for Juventus to play these type of games.

"I can't wait to play against Milan but they play at home so it will be difficult."

The 33-year-old joined the Turin club after almost a decade at Manchester United and adds strength and experience to Massimiliano Allegri's defensive department.

He joins 18-year-old Kingsley Coman who signed a five-year deal with Juventus in the summer.

"I was impressed by [Kingsley] Coman," added Evra.

"I didn't know him, he's talented and has a bright future ahead. He's humble and eager to work hard, all much-needed characteristics for a young player.

"When you're young people say you're talented, you're a phenomenon but you'll go nowhere if you don't possess the right mental attitude, even if you have the quality of Cristiano Ronaldo."

Evra also joked that he has the permission of the youngster's father to raise his voice if required.

"His father also gave me 'permission' to be harsh with him if he doesn't listen. Daddy approves so I can do it," Evra said.

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