Juventus Mull Reunion with Toronto FC Star Bernardeschi

Juventus will need to add to their midfield in January and are mulling bringing back Federico Bernardeschi, who left them on a free to join Toronto FC in 2022. The player is keen on returning as he’s not on great terms with his side and the fans, La Gazzetta dello Sport informs (via Goal).

The Bianconeri are open to the possibility of taking him back on loan, which would be ideal since their budget is small. The winger left a good memory at the Continassa HQ and has a nice rapport with coach Massimiliano Allegri.

Bernardeschi spent five years with Juventus after joining in a €40M move from Fiorentina. He has accumulated 183 appearances, scoring 12 goals and 24 assists. He contributed three Scudetti, two Coppe Italia, and two Supercoppe Italiana. The 29-year-old won Euro 2020 with Italy.

The versatile attacker has featured 46 times since his move across the pond, scoring 13 times and setting up his teammates on 5 occasions. He was excluded for one game back in May for arguing with coach Bob Bradley. His team finished last this season. He makes slightly more than €6M per year.

Our Take on Juventus and Bernardeschi

His versatility was pretty much his only asset in his final lackluster days in Turin. Signing him would have some logic just for really cheap, and if he wasn’t the only signing in the midfield.

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