Juventus Star Looking Forward to Working Under New Boss

Dusan Vlahovic had a rough Euro 2024 opener against England, where he failed to leave his mark. Instead, at the club level, he appears poised for a serene summer despite a slightly uncertain contractual situation. He spoke to Rai and other outlets after the match. He was quizzed about Juventus hiring Thiago Motta (via Tuttomercatoweb).

“Yes, but I’m only thinking about the national team for now. We hope to stay here in Germany as long as possible because this team and group deserve it. Then we’ll talk about the other things later on. I’m looking forward to returning to Turin and putting myself at the coach’s disposal. Then we’ll talk with the management about the other things.”

Vlahovic has two years on his deal with Juventus, which lasts until 2026. On the other hand, the Bianconeri have been successfully trying to dilute his wages. Thanks to pre-determined incremental increases, he’ll make as much as €12M annually, Calciomercato reports.

The Serb has often stated his desire to continue in Turin and did so also last summer while the brass tried to orchestrate a swap with Chelsea involving Romelu Lukaku.

Our Take on Vlahovic and Juventus

His contract is a bigger problem than Federico Chiesa and a few other member of the squad. The matter should be handled pronto, as a positive turn of events could have an impact on the other negotiations since the bar on wages would be re-set and lowered. Instead, it appears that their management is proceeding in chronological order relative to the expiration date. He has had the right remarks multiple times but will have to show his attachment in more tangible ways at some point.

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