Szczesny will not play the Supercoppa as he does not have the health certificate

The Polish Wojciech Szczesny, goalkeeper of the Juventus Turin, will not be able to play this Wednesday the Supercoppa Italian against Inter de Milan as they do not yet have the health certificate that shows that they received the covid-19 vaccine.

This was reported by coach Massimiliano Allegri at the press conference the day before, explaining that Szczesny was the last Juventus player to receive the vaccine and still does not have the required health certification to access the sports venues.

«Tomorrow (on Wednesday) Perin plays in goal. ‘Tek’ will arrive at the last minute and there is a clear health protocol. All our players are vaccinated, but he was the last to do so and will not have the health certificate before the day after tomorrow . If it receives it to last now, it will go to the bench «, affirmed Allegri.

To obtain the vaccine certificate, necessary, among other things, to access the sports venues, Italian citizens must wait fifteen days after receiving the first dose or submit a negative coronavirus test carried out less than 48 hours before. Those infected who have recovered from the infection in the last six months can also access.

Allegri decided not to risk Szczesny and will bet on Perin in goal, in the thirty-fourth edition of the Italian Super Cup that will play this Wednesday at the San Siro stadium in Milan. It is a decision of the club, which did bet on Szczesny last Saturday in the league game won 4-3 against Roma.