Juventus To Try Again to Prolong Chiesa Contract Soon

Juventus are set to renew their efforts to extend the contract of Federico Chiesa. They had tried unsuccessfully at the beginning of the season. The expiry date is 2025. They need to come to terms before June, or he’ll be put on the market to avoid a Bosman departure.

Per Tuttomercatoweb, the winger joined the Bianconeri with the plan of becoming a long-time staple, but an ACL injury and other factors have marred his stay. Moreover, he wouldn’t mind a more offensive-minded playing style.

Chiesa has no issues with Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri, but he has fared better with Italy thanks to Luciano Spalletti’s proactive schemes. While he has adapted to starring as a second striker, he’s a natural winger.

The attacker is aware he’s at a critical juncture of his career since he’s 26. The Bianconceri’s decision about their next manager, or sticking with the same one, could play a role in his decision to commit for several years.

The situation wasn’t much different last summer. The club received some inquiries from England, while the only real offers came from Saudi Arabia, which the player rejected.

Our Take on Juventus and Chiesa

While it’s true that he’d benefit from switching to 4-3-3 or quicker tempo, there would have to be a lot of subterfuge and wink-wink for the choice on the bench to be a factor, as his renewal would ideally come sooner.

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