Juventus Aim to Mend Struggling Finances Through Sales

Juventus will have to collect money in the summer to offset the deficit caused by the fact that they won’t play in the Champions League next season. In general, the new front office will attempt to cut costs and repair the balance sheets. The club has been bleeding money for years, Tuttomercatoweb informs.

There are no untouchable players in the squad. The management wishes to collect over €100M via various moves. Director Giovanni Manna is in England to negotiate the permanent departure of Dejan Kulusevski. Tottenham might keep him but for less than their €35M option to buy.

Juventus will listen to €70/80M offers for Dusan Vlahovic. Arsenal, Bayern Munich, Chelsea, and Tottenham could be keen, but nobody has truly come forward yet. The Bavarians might submit a proposal for Federico Chiesa too. Moise Kean is expendable, but the sum spent to sign him makes him hard to transfer.

Filip Kostic would like to play in the Champions League. His exit can’t be ruled out, even though he joined last year. Returning loanees Weston McKennie, Denis Zakaria, and Arthur are for sale. Alex Sandro got his contract automatically extended due to a clause, but the team wishes to offload him anyway. The same thing happened to Wojciech Szczesny, whose wages are rather high. The brass is open for business, but there has been no bid for the goalkeeper so far. Daniele Rugani has been made available as well.

Per Alfredo Pedullà, unhappy players will be allowed to leave Juventus. Vlahovic and Chiesa fall in such a category, but their valuations are large, and the higher-ups are in no mood for discounts.

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