Juventus have several players out on loan, from Arthur to Denis Zakaria, while others could complete permanent transfers to the Allianz Stadium in the summer in deals worth €200m.
The Bianconeri registered a record loss of €254.3m for 2021-22, the highest ever in Italian football. Therefore, they are trying to reshuffle the team by lowering their wage bill and selling some of their assets.
Several players left Turin with temporary deals last summer and the Bianconeri hope they can strengthen their finances by selling them on permanently in the coming months.
The Serie A giants have already earned €4.5m by sending Arthur to Liverpool, who have an option to buy for €37.5m in 2023, but the Brazilian has been struggling with injuries and his stay at Anfield appears unlikely, as of today.
Dejan Kulusevski is one of those who will surely not return to Turin. He joined Tottenham on an 18-month deal in January and Spurs are ready to make his move permanent for €35m. Spurs have an obligation to buy if they earn a top-four finish this term and have already paid €10m for the Swede’s loan.
Denis Zakaria will likely end the season at Chelsea, where he arrived on the deadline day last summer. The Blues have also paid €4m for his loan and have an option to buy for €28m plus €5m add-ons.
On the other hand, Moise Kean is expected to stay at Juventus, completing a permanent move from Everton for 28m plus €3m add-ons after the Bianconeri paid €7m for his permanent transfer last year.
Arek Milik joined the Bianconeri from Marseille and could stay for €7m plus €2m add-ons. The same goes for Manuel Locatelli who will become a Juventus player permanently for €25m plus €12.5m bonuses.
The future of Leandro Paredes is still uncertain. Juventus paid €2.8m for his loan from PSG and should add €25.6, including add-ons, to make it a permanent team member.