Allegri dreams of Salah to replace Dybala at Juventus

by | Mar 22, 2022 10:01

According to multiple reports in Italy, Liverpool star Mohamed Salah is Juventus‘ dream signing to replace Paulo Dybala in 2022-23.

The Egypt international sees his contract expire in 2023 and talks to extend his stay at Anfield have led nowhere so far. Il Corriere della Sera newspaper and Calciomercato.com report that he is Juventus’ main target to replace Dybala next season even if it won’t be easy to convince Liverpool to sell their star in the summer.

Salah’s economic demands are also seen as an obstacle to the deal, given that the former Roma star wants a higher salary than the current €12m per season. Juventus would use the growth decree to get a tax discount on the player’s gross salary, but even with that, they’d struggle to respect their financial parameters. Juventus are not only trying to strengthen their squad for 2022-23, but must do so by lowering their wage bill.

The Serie A giants will be looking for a winger or a new top-class centre midfielder to replace La Joya. The likes of Jorginho, Sergej Milinkovic-Savic and Paul Pogba are also possible targets to replace the Argentinean start next season.

22 Comments

  1. Chris2

    He can keep dreaming.

  2. Kristiano

    FFP for thee but not for me.

    No money? No problem, let’s buy Vlahovic and then Salah.

  3. James

    This club is writing letters to Mr Bankruptcy

  4. Zambrotta

    Do you idiots really don’t understand what 400 mil capital increase means?

  5. Vgs

    Keep dreaming, it’s free

  6. Gamal

    I dream of someone else replacing Allegri.

  7. Slowpoke

    Why not sign Haaland & Mbappe whilst you’re at it?

  8. Ale

    It’s better replace allegri with ten haag or emery, the same minded of negative football but of course with far more better CV in europe and with weaker team players also

  9. Brian

    We all dream of someone replace Allegri

  10. Brian

    @Ale
    Yeah totally agree with u on that.
    Allegri keeps saying he just needs the results and not beautiful game. yet he never gets good results either

  11. FORZA Juve

    Possibly its just a dream. Because its best player on planet now

  12. Zambrotta

    @ Brian Do you even think before writing? He got 5 scudetto and 4 coppa’s and 2 CL finals in 5 years… With a team that is barely in the top 10 of revenue…

  13. Gamal

    @ Zambrotta 2 CL finials, no one remembers second place.

  14. Gio

    Allegri still thinks it’s 2016.

  15. Brian

    @ Zambrotta
    Allegri Won 5 Scudettos with Conte’s team and culture when Inter and Milan where in deep trouble. Give any coach Buffon, Chielini , Bonnuci , Pirlo , Pogba and Vidal and Dybala in their beast years and they will definitely reach UCL Finals. what is important is that he got scared of finals and got into defence twice and lost miserably. If you wanna see Allegri’s own team and tactics go watch Juve 0 – 4 Chelsea and both games with Villareal where he miserably failed to sub any players before conceding a goal. He is clueless

  16. Abdel

    It would be sad day for us even non Liverpool/EPL fan to see Salah play as a wing back. He is too elite for a coach like allegri.

  17. walha

    Juve should hire a foreign coach

  18. Brian

    @Abdel
    hahahahha
    The best comment I’ve read today
    and absolutely True

  19. James

    @Zambrotta

    Your utterances speaks more about you. You are clearly the “IDIOT” and you are clearly the one who doesn’t “think before writing”.

    Don’t make insulting statements just to prove a point. It doesn’t prove any point and instead it exposes the idiocy of the person behind the keyboard. A word is enuu.

  20. LORD ALLEGRI PATRON SAINT OF SLOW BALL

    Salah would be mad to leave Liverpool. He is a legend their and has become one the best in the world. Liverpool have more ambitions, won more, have more prestige and Klopp is the perfect coach for him. Barring the weather and the funny accents, only Real Madrid or a rebuilding Barca would be a step up for him. Juventus gave PhD Max a big salary for 4 years. Should have saved it gave Pirlo at least another season and rebuild from new. Look at Xavi, the board is giving him time and he is blending in the young Spanish boys nicely. Laporta understands how to build from the ground up but PhD is building back worse.

  21. Jack

    400M capital increase are not “revenues” which are the only indicator that is calculated when meeting FFP. Juve posted record 213M losses in the past year and didn’t exactly sell any big names to bring that loss figure down. They don’t have any leeway with FFP, I would not be surprised if they get kicked out of Europe if they try to buy another big name like Salah.

  22. ilyas

    Where on earth do they get rubbish news but then again they got to write something to keep in their jobs

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