Juventus Tending to Secondary Renewals at the Moment

Juventus have been tipped to open contract talks with Federico Chiesa and Paul Pogba, but less pivotal extensions are likely to come sooner. The Bianconeri recently announced that Kenan Yildiz, who’s now part of the first team, prolonged his deal until 2027.

According to Goal’s Romeo Agresti, director Cristiano Giuntoli and Giovanni Manna plan to reach an agreement with a few players in September. They are on the verge of shaking hands with Federico Gatti. He’s already tied to the team until 2027. He’ll add a year and get a nice pay bump.

Dean Huijsen has yet to debut at the pro level but is practicing with the senior side and is highly regarded by the Juventus management. He’ll soon get a new contract too, even though his current one is long-term.

Instead, Daniele Rugani’s one expires at the end of the season. The Bianconeri aim to prolong it and reduce his yearly wages, €3M. The defender is keen on accepting as he’s comfortable in Turin. Instead, the negotiations with their stars, in particular Chiesa, Dusan Vlahovic, Wojciech Szczesny, and Adrien Rabiot, will begin later.

Our Take on the Juventus Extensions

It’d be natural for Gatti, and he should start over Alex Sandro more often. The most urgent matter is Rabiot, who’s on an expiring deal. Considering his significance, it’d be nerve-wracking and risky to take it down to the wire like again.

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