Dusan Vlahovic will receive a significant salary bump in the summer and Juventus are working to try and offer the striker a new long-term contract to spread out his wages.

The 24-year-old Serbian forward has recently hit a vein of strong form in the Piedmont capital, scoring seven goals in the Bianconeri’s last seven Serie A matches. He was kept quiet in the Derby d’Italia, struggling to make an impact as his team suffered a painful 1-0 loss.

Vlahovic currently earns around €8m net per season, a figure that’ll rise to €12m from July onwards. He has two-and-a-half-years left on his contract with Juventus, creating a significant financial obstacle for the Old Lady.

TMW details how Juventus are looking to extend Vlahovic’s contract to June 2028 or 2029, giving him a slight salary raise from the current €8m net, possibly to around €10m net including add-ons. As such, they’d be spreading out his salary from €24m over two years to €50m over five.

The problem for the Bianconeri is that the 24-year-old striker could decline the offer and simply wait for a sale in the coming years, being out of contract at the age of 26, the prime of his career.

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