Allegri has no plans to rest Cristiano Ronaldo and has called on the Juve’s attack to be more clinical.

Ronaldo has netted 5 goals in eleven appearance for the Old Lady since his big money move from Real Madrid last summer. The Portuguese playmaker setup up teammate Paulo Dybala to ensure that the Old Lady left Old Trafford with three points.

That result means Juve have won 11 of their 12 matches in all competitions this season, with the game against Genoa being the only time the Turin club has dropped a point in the current football season.

Allegri however seems concerned about the quality of their finishing, and he intends unleashing Ronaldo against Empoli on Saturday.

“He’ll play,” Allegri told a news conference on Friday.

“Let’s take things one step at a time. I can’t know what’s going to happen in a month. We have two league games and then we have to make sure we get through against United [to the Champions League last 16].

“Our passes must be more precise in the final third because we don’t score enough goals for what we produce.”

Allegri also issued warning to his players ahead of Empoli visit, while stressing that they should avoid complacency.

“Empoli play good football and control the ball well. They’ve never lost badly in any game so far,” he said. “It could be a tricky game for us if we don’t face it in the right way.

“You can’t always win in football. Genoa scored from a cross when we fell asleep. We had a good game for 55 minutes and we were punished with our first mistake.”