Juventus to Sell More Players After Shipping Off Kean

Juventus and Fiorentina have come to terms on the transfer of Moise Kean, setting up the first of many departures from the Bianconeri. La Viola will pay €12M plus €5M add-ons, a couple of which easy to trigger. Instead, the striker will sign a long-term contract with €2.2M wages, Alfredo Pedullà reports.

He’ll replace Andrea Belotti, who was on loan from Roma and joined Como, but the Gigliati might not stop at him to shore up their frontline. The same goes for the Old Lady in the other direction. Cristiano Giuntoli intends to properly reshape the squad.

Despite some delays in the talks with Al Nassr, Wojech Szczesny should be the next one to leave Juventus, which will sign Michele Di Gregorio. Weston McKennie is very expendable after making the Douglas Luiz deal wobble. Despite his declarations, Arkadiusz Milik isn’t a lock to stay. Neither is Daniele Rugani, even though he extended his contract about a month ago. Filip Kostic, Mattia De Sciglio and Hans Nicolussi Caviglia are on their way out as well. Instead, the Old Lady plots to keep Federico Gatti even though he’s in demand.

The Bianconeri will have to agree to a new contract with Federico Chiesa, or they’ll rip the band-aid off. Matias Soulé and Dean Huijsen are available at the right price to fund more acquisitions.

Our Take on Juventus

It looks like Giuntoli took a year to study the squad and the contractual situations, which dictate a lot of stuff, and will make up for his inactivity in his first year this summer.

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