Tuttosport newspaper reports Juventus only have seven ‘untouchable’ players for next season, while Riccardo Calafiori, Khephren Thuram and Domenico Berardi are on Cristiano Giuntoli’s wishlist for 2024-25.

The Serie A giants are preparing for the final part of the season on the pitch, but director Cristiano Giuntoli is already thinking about strengthening the team over the summer.

According to Tuttosport, only seven Juventus players are not expected to leave Turin next season unless the Old Lady receive big-money offers. They are Gleison Bremer, Danilo, January signing Tiago Djalo, Manuel Locatelli, Nicolò Fagioli, Andrea Cambiaso and Kenan Yildiz.

Assessments on all other players are ‘ongoing’ reports the Turin-based paper. Some have a contract expiring in June (Adrien Rabiot, for example), others have high wages (Dusan Vlahovic and Wojciech Szczęsny) or have had highs and lows this season (Federico Chiesa).

Juventus will surely need to sell some of their players to boost the transfer budget for next season and balance the books at the same time.

The Serie A giants have been monitoring Atalanta keeper Marco Carnesecchi, while the defensive targets are Riccardo Calafiori, Mario Hermoso, Lloyd Kelly and Noussair Mazraoui. Potential reinforcements in midfielder are Teun Koopmeiners, Khephren Thuram, brother of Inter striker Marcus, Lazar Samardzic and Lewis Ferguson.

Up front, talks are ongoing with Felipe Anderson over a potential free transfer, but Albert Gudmundsson, Mattia Zaccagni, Domenico Berardi and Michael Olise are also reported to be on the Old Lady’s agenda.

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