Juventus in Homestretch of Several Contract Decisions

Juventus and Inter will have an extra long season in 2024/2025, as the 2025 FIFA Club World Cup will take place from mid-June to mid-July. The Bianconeri will need a much deeper squad and, besides the signings, that will go through keeping their own players on short-term contracts, TuttoSport informs.

Adrien Rabiot and Daniele Rugani, whose deals are up in June, are the first orders of business. The Frenchman continues to play the waiting game. Instead, the ball is in management’s court as far as the defender is concerned.

Juventus have a host of contributors whose expiration date falls in 2025. Some will inevitably be put on the market without an agreement before the summer to avoid Bosman departures. The list is long and comprises quality starters like Federico Chiesa, Wojciech Szczesny, Danilo, and Weston McKennie and backups Moise Kean, Samuel Iling-Junior, Mattia Perin, and Mattia De Sciglio.

If they went far in the cups, the Bianconeri could play close to 70 matches in the next campaign. Sales will be inevitable to bankroll multiple additions.

Our Take on the Juventus Squad

They are surely aware that this year’s roster would be insufficient to handle the Champions League. They aren’t swimming in gold and should spread the wealth across numerous signings rather than splurging on one or two. Most decisions about whom to keep won’t be totally theirs but will be dictated by the outcomes of the contract talks in the next couple of months.

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