Juventus have been tending to the renewals of Federico Chiesa and Dusan Vlahovic in recent months without many results. On the other hand, the relationship with the two players and their camps is good enough to haggle without too much trepidation, La Gazzetta dello Sport informs.
The Bianconeri might have to settle for short-term extensions in both cases. The Azzurri winger’s one is more pressing since the expiry date is 2025. He could prolong it for one extra year to spare the club the trouble next summer, and then re-assess things in the future. He and his entourage promised he wouldn’t leave for free or a discounted price tag. The second would likely be the case without an agreement before the end of the season.
While Juventus need to come to terms with Chiesa from a temporal point of view, they want to do so with Vlahovic for financial reasons. His wages are set to balloon due to some clauses and bonuses in his current deal. He’s already tied to them till 2026.
The brass of the Old Lady wishes to normalize the figures and tack on an extra year. It won’t be easy and won’t happen shortly. However, the player voiced his desire to stay, which works in their favor.
Our Take on Juventus, Chiesa, and Vlahovic
They have done the easy part with their previous extensions; it’s up to Cristiano Giuntoli to prove his worth now, but the serene atmosphere between the parties surely helps.
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