It's the second international break for the players with National team commitments. Here, are the called up players from the First Team.
National team commitments for the Bianconeri
A total of 14 players from Maurizio Sarri’s first team have been called up to represent their country.
Italy has two commitments that they will face in the Euro 2020 qualifications. Bonucci and Bernardeschi will likely take to the field on Saturday 12 October 2019 against Greece (at home) and three days later against Liechtenstein. In the same round and on the same dates, Pjanic will be engaged in Bosnia-Finland and Greece-Bosnia.
The other Juventus players set to contend for a place in the Euro 2020 with their nations are: Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal-Luxembourg on 11 October and Ukraine-Portugal on 14); while Matuidi and Demiral will face each other directly in France versus Turkey on October 14. Three days later, Blaise will face Iceland at home while Merih will take on Albania; de Ligt and Holland will feature on 10 October against Northern Ireland, before facing Belarus 72 hours later.
In the same days as the central defender, Szczesny will be with Poland as they face Latvia and Macedonia. Finally, there will also be two commitments for Ramsey: Slovakia-Wales (10 October) and Wales-Croatia (13 October).
Emre Can and Dybala will meet in the Germany-Argentina friendly on Wednesday 9 October. The German will then be engaged on 13 October in Estonia for a qualifying match, while the Juventus No.10 will go to Spain for a friendly against Ecuador.
The group of South Americans will also see the Brazilian Alex Sandro in Singapore (match against Senegal and Nigeria on 10 and 13 October), the Colombian Cuadrado (against Chile and Algeria on 12 and 15) and the Uruguayan Bentancur (two friendly tests with Peru on 11 and 15 October).