Juventus to Consider Multiple Serie A Offensive Options

Juventus are keeping an eye on a few players in case they can’t come to terms with Federico Chiesa, which would likely lead to his summer departure to avoid a Bosman exit in 2025. Kenan Yildiz would have a larger role, but they’d reinvest the income in a more established attacker too, La Gazzetta dello Sport informed.

The Bianconeri would eventually want €35/40M for the Azzurri staple. On top of Felipe Anderson, they would go after Albert Gudmundsson and old targets such as Domenico Berardi, Giacomo Raspadori, and Mattia Zaccagni. The Biancocelesti star is in the same situation and might agree to a renewal soon.

The Genoa ace has a hefty price tag, but his team is keen on some Juventus youngsters whose inclusion would limit the spending. Berardi’s valuation would plummet if Sassuolo were relegated. He might have his final chance to join a top team next summer.

The latest addition to their wish list is Raspadori. They pursued him in the past, but Cristiano Giuntoli’s Napoli bested them with a €31M offer in 2022. He has lost relevancy this season amid the Azzurri’s coaching confusion.

Our Take on Juventus and Chiesa

Whoever their coach and his go-to scheme will be are crucial in such a scenario as they would determine whether they’d need a second striker or a winger. There’s a chance they’ll just hand the keys to Matias Soulé and Yildiz. In that event, there’d be some logic in adding a veteran like Anderson or Berardi to the mix.

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