Juventus Weigh Compensation for Potential Soulé Sale

Frosinone and Juventus will meet over the weekend, and it could be the right opportunity to talk business. The Ciociari already have three Bianconeri loanees in their squad. They could make it a foursome as they are keen on Dean Huijsen, La Gazzetta dello Sport informs (via Tuttomercatoweb).

The talent is eager for more playing time and is also on Granada’s radar. They are led by Matteo Tognozzi, a former scout who was instrumental in bringing him to Turin. With Danilo and Alex Sandro now healthy, the Old Lady could indeed let the youngster depart.

Huijsen might wind up being a sort of compensation for Frosinone, as Juventus, despite their execs’ remarks, continue to consider selling Matias Soulé to bankroll an addition to their midfield. Crystal Palace and Newcastle United have shown considerable interest.

The Bianconeri could be ready to part ways with the Argentine if a suitor puts €25M on the table. The winger is contracted with them until 2026.

Our Take on Juventus, Frosinone, Huijsen, and Soulé

The center-back should absolutely be loaned out to gain more experience and see whether he measures up, but perhaps he’ll commence with a Serie B team. There could be some fire to the smoke about them cashing in on one of their starlets, but it’d be counterintuitive relative to the strategy they have been preaching. They didn’t do it in the summer despite the buzz.

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