Six players face uncertain future at Juventus

Six Juventus players are facing an uncertain future at the Allianz Stadium, from Alvaro Morata to Arthur, reports La Gazzetta dello Sport.

The Spaniard’s two-year loan in Turin expires in the summer and the Old Lady is unwilling to make his move permanent for €35m. The Bianconeri may offer €15m to sign Morata permanently. The striker has only scored 11 goals in 41 appearances this term and Juventus paid €20m for his two-year loan in 2020.

Morata is not the only player with an uncertain future in Turin. Massimiliano Allegri will make his assessment with the club at the end of the season and several footballers must convince the club that they deserve to stay for one more season.

Among them, are Federico Bernardeschi and Mattia De Sciglio, who see their contracts expire at the end of the season. The winger is likely to leave as he is unwilling to get a pay cut to extend his stay at the club beyond June.

De Sciglio, on the other hand, seems closer to signing a contract extension, but neither party has taken a final decision about the future. With Alex Sandro, who will be put on the market at the end of the season, Luca Pellegrini must prove that he can become a replacement for the Brazil international who was booed by the Allianz Stadium crowd in the derby d’Italia against Inter.

The former Genoa man has collected 16 appearances across all competitions this term and his contract runs out in 2025.

Arthur’s future is also up in the air with the Brazilian who’s never been a regular starter in Turin this term. He is not one of Allegri’s favourite players, but his contract situation could make it difficult for Juventus to find suitors for the ex-Barcelona man. Juventus are open to selling him on a two-year loan to avoid a significant capital loss.

Moise Kean has been one of the most disappointing players this season, with just five goals in 35 appearances. Juventus have an obligation to buy him from Everton in 2023, so it will be hard for the Serie A giants to part ways with the 22-year old as the Toffees are unwilling to take him back. Juventus hope the Italy international will attract interest from other Premier League clubs in the final part of the campaign.

6 Comments on “Six players face uncertain future at Juventus”

  1. @5 Allegri is part of the problem for sure but it’s not like a different coach is gonna win the treble with De Sciglio and Morata

  2. They need a pretty major clear-out after years of buying poorly.

    Ramsey has to be the first out. Just let him go for free at this stage. Pjaca, Mandragora, Rugani, Kean, De Sciglio, Bernardeschi, Dybala, Morata, Atrhur must all be close to an exist.

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