There’s good news for Juventus this season, all thanks to a structural reshuffle. So, if you enjoy betting online, it’s time to make Juventus a great option. Why? Let’s show you what the club is up to.
Keeping Rabiot Home
The renewal of Adrien Rabiot’s contract has recently become one of the season’s most riveting soap operas. The Frenchman’s mother and agent, Veronique, is hoping to cash in on her son’s recent performance surge for the club and country to secure a massive contract extension.
The Bianconeri haven’t waved the white flag yet, even if several wealthy Premier League clubs are interested in signing the star. Juventus are attempting to keep Rabiot in Turin and is reportedly willing to increase their offer, as La Gazzetta Dello Sport reported through JuventusNews24.
The current 7 million euro salary the Frenchman is making is already too expensive for the club’s standards. However, according to the rumor mill, the Old Lady will up the ante by adding bonuses to his present base wage.
It’s possible that more than this will be needed to compete with wealthy foreigners. However, the information comes with a caveat from the insider who says Juve’s chances could improve due to unforeseen factors. His manager, Max Allegri, has always had faith in the player’s ability, and his mother, Veronique, gets along well with the higher-ups.
Juventus are still keen on signing the Arsenal defender, and they are paying close attention to him in case an opportunity arises.
CMW claims that this possibility has arisen. Evan Ndicka, a defender for Bayer Leverkusen, will become a free agent at the end of the season, and rumors have it that Arsenal will sign him. Gabriel might be sent to Juventus for a player and cash if this plan goes through. Juventus are prepared to hand Arsenal their former flame Arthur Melo in addition to cash in exchange for Gabriel.
How likely is it that we will complete this deal? Arsenal have always been a fan of Melo, and since their midfield is weak, including Melo in a proposal to Gabriel could be enticing. Juventus are more than positive that they can lure the Arsenal man to Turin.
Massara Is Best
Juve are reportedly interested in hiring Ricky Massara as their next sporting director as part of their managerial shakeup. According to La Gazzetta Dello Sport (via MilanNews), Ricky Massara, who now serves in the same capacity at Milan, is one of the several possibilities being considered by Juventus as they search for a new sporting director.
Massimiliano Allegri, the manager of Juventus, is a former teammate of Massara’s from their days together at Pescara and is thus conversant with his performance for Italy and Roma.
Since Massara has a close relationship with Milan’s technical director Paolo Maldini, who was instrumental in the club’s Scudetto victory last season, the Bianconeri are considering making an effort to steal him away.
Fixing the Wingbacks
Max Allegri, manager of Juventus, is concerned about the right wing as his team finishes its preparations for tomorrow’s resumption. The manager will need to devise a plan B for this week’s game against Cremonese without Juan Cuadrado and Mattia De Sciglio due to injury.
The upcoming contests will serve as a proving ground for Marley Aké and Tommaso Barbieri, as reported by Corriere di Torino via TuttoJuve. If one of the two young players shows promise, Allegri will alternate them with Cuadrado for the remainder of the season. Sporting director Federico Cherubini will go to the market if that option is unavailable.
Aké, a former winger for Marseille, joined Juventus in 2021 after catching the eye of the club’s management. He was sidelined for the season’s start, and his ability to adapt to playing wingback is still up in the air. On the other hand, Barbieri fits better because he is a natural fullback who likes to make runs in the attacking third. But he lacks even the Frenchman’s level of experience.
Multiple sources indicate Weston McKennie will start as the right wingback for tomorrow’s game.
On a final note, more options available in this transfer market, Juventus will soon be back to winning ways.