"We'll see how everyone is doing and then decide," was his response.
“It's not because we're in Serie A, as there are times in the Premier League when I wouldn't have used that system either. It depends on the balance of the team and the type of match you want to play.
“Only Higuain has a precise role, whereas the other two are instinctive and bring a lot of quality to every position they take. Dybala has done well alongside everyone, but clearly, when both Ronaldo and Dybala are on the field at the same time, we have to take counter-measures in other areas of the pitch.
“Parma are a solid team who play with great physicality and strong strikers. Their position in the table is surprising only to a certain degree. They are also extremely dangerous on the counter-attack and earned their best results away from home. Our attitude must be to not allow them the situations they tend to relish."