Juventus Mulling Over Future of Highly-Touted Attacker

Matias Soulé is drawing suitors from multiple countries, and Juventus are weighing what to do. His permanent departure would fetch a decent sum and lessen the need to sell more pivotal contributors.

According to Tuttomercatoweb, Feyenoord have insistently poked around the starlet in recent weeks. Instead, a host of Italian sides would be ready to bring him in on loan. He has featured in 500 total minutes through 19 appearances with the Bianconeri so far.

Juventus aren’t averse to cashing in on Soulé but set a €20M price tag. His contract expires in 2024, but there’s a two-year option, so the club is fully in control of his future.

The 20-year-old has one goal in Serie A to his name, which he bagged versus Sampdoria in the past season. He has been fielded in multiple positions by coach Massimiliano Allegri. He generally got minutes only when Federico Chiesa and Angel Di Maria were both on the shelf or limited.

Our Take on Juventus and Soulé

It doesn’t make any sense to sell a player just scratching the surface of his potential. The Old Lady is in a holding pattern until the UEFA ruling. They’ll need a deeper roster if they are allowed to play in the European Conference League, which would be a nice opportunity for youngsters to make experience.

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