Juventus have finalized several contract renewals in recent months, but they’ll have to wait for two of the most crucial ones, as the talks with Federico Chiesa and Dusan Vlahovic will kick into high gear only at the end of the season, Tuttomercatoweb informs.
The parties will stay in touch over the course of the upcoming months. The front office exudes serenity on these matters, even though they are tricky.
Juventus have been trying to come to terms with Chiesa and Vlahovic for different reasons. The former has just 18 months left on his contract. They’d be forced to make a decision next summer without an agreement. Instead, the Serb is tied to them long-term. However, the club wishes to lower his wages and financial impact in general.
According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, the marksman was never open to a moving to the Premier League because he wished to stay. His agent Darko Ristic is willing to helping the team out, but there’s no hurry.
Our Take on Juventus, Vlahovic, and Chiesa
Winning boosts the overall morale, which tends to help with these situations too, even if they aren’t directly correlated to the results. The former’s contract is problematic, but the front office could always opt just to stomach it. Instead, they’d have to make the call of whether to sell the Azzurri staple if they can’t come to terms. They shouldn’t repeat the error they made with Paulo Dybala.
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