Federico Bernardeschi Set to Part Ways with Juventus

After spending five years in Turin since departing Fiorentina, Federico Bernardeschi is set to part ways with Juventus when his contract expires at the end of this year’s campaign, as per Sky Italia.

Since arriving from La Viola in 2017, the Italian winger has played a pivotal role for Juventus as he amassed a total of 133 appearances across all competitions throughout his five-year stay at the Allianz, helping the Bianconeri clinch three scudettos, two Super Cups, and two Coppa Italias.

However, with the 28 year-old unable to find regular playing time under Allegri, both parties have agreed to take different paths this summer, allowing the attacking trident to search for a new club throughout the summer transfer window.

The attacking trident is not the only key player set to leave Turin following this year’s season as Paulo Dybala and Giorgio Chiellini are also ready to be cut from the wage bills this summer. In addition, Allegri is prepared to offload the midfield outcast Arthur as his technical profile does not suit his defensive style of play.

Milan are rumored to be monitoring Bernardeschi very carefully as they are eager to sign a high-quality winger on a free transfer in order to strengthen their depth within the front-line ahead of next year’s campaign.