Juventus will reportedly tell Federico Chiesa to sign a new contract with a lower salary or leave this summer, while Roma are no longer interested in the Italy international.

Chiesa’s future with Juventus is in doubt, as the Bianconeri have put the Italian star on the market.

However, the latest reports from Italy suggest that the ex-Fiorentina winger is in no hurry to decide his future in Turin, so he wants to start the season under new coach Thiago Motta.

According to Gazzetta, Juventus will send an ultimatum to Chiesa and his entourage, saying that if the winger wants to stay beyond the summer, he must sign a new contract with a lower salary.

Chiesa latest: Juventus’ ultimatum, Man Utd talks, Roma pull out, Napoli call

Juventus can offer €5m per season plus €1m bonus to reach Chiesa’s current €6m-a-year wages and avoid losing him as a free agent in the summer of 2025.

Chiesa is currently on holiday after the Euros and will get married on July 20 so talks with Juventus will continue during the summer.

According to Gazzetta and Corriere dello Sport, Roma, one of the clubs interested in the Italian ace, have pulled out of the race because they want to give reinforcements to Daniele De Rossi as soon as possible. As per Il Corriere dello Sport, Atletico Madrid’s Rodrigo Riquelme is now the Giallorossi’s main target for the left wing.

Gazzetta adds that Juventus have tried to include Chiesa in a player-plus-cash swap deal for Jadon Sancho, and even if the Englishman is open to moving to Turin, Manchester United boss Erik ten Hag has taken time to consider the potential swap.

Last but not least, according to Tuttosport on page 3, Napoli directors had a new contact with Chiesa’s entourage on Tuesday, but they once again heard that the Italian winger would decide on his future only in the coming weeks.

One thought on “Chiesa latest: Juventus’ ultimatum, Man Utd talks, Roma pull out, Napoli call”
  1. I don’t think he’ll get a better deal with any other club, so he should stay with the club and fans who love him.

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