Frosinone director Guido Angelozzi stated to be open to collaborating with Juventus if they wished to recall Matias Soulé or Enzo Barrenechea early from their loan spells. However, it doesn’t look like the attacker will head back to Turin in January due to a few factors, Tuttomercatoweb informs.
The Ciociari don’t want to weaken their squad. They have had the best start in their history, but they’ll have to scratch and claw until the end of the season to avoid relegation.
In addition, it could be better for Juventus to let Soulé spend an entire season as a starter to hone in on his craft rather than have him fight for minutes in Turin, especially considering that their standard scheme doesn’t utilize wingers. If he keeps going, he’ll be a legitimate option for the future.
Federico Bernardeschi is gaining steam as a January band-aid. He’d return on loan from Toronto FC for six months to help with their midfield crisis. It wouldn’t be too tough to agree with the MLS franchise. They would have let him join Besiktas for free last summer if the deal came together.
Our Take on Juventus and Soulé
While he has been fantastic, their issues lie in other roles. For his position and traits, Barrenechea would be more useful right away. However, they already have a similar player in Hans Nicolussi Caviglia in the squad, and they have yet to turn to him despite the absences.
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