Juventus Will Have to Sort Future of Multiple Loanees

Juventus have several players out on loan, including some with big wages or high price tags, and most of those situations are uncertain. It’s surely improbable that the Bianconeri will cash in as much as their hoped when the deals initially came to be, La Gazzetta dello Sport informs.

Dejan Kulusevski is a particular case because he fared well during his time in Tottenham. However, since he has missed time with an injury this season, the conditions to trigger the €35M obligation to buy haven’t been met yet. The dismissal of Antonio Conte and Fabio Paratici’s suspension throw a wrench into the matter. The Spurs also hold an option to acquire him, which remains likely, but the scenario is more fluid now.

Juventus parted ways with Arthur and Denis Zakaria on deadline day. The former has barely played at Liverpool due to injury, and he’ll head back to Turin. His bloated valuation makes it likely that he’ll transfer on loan again, as they’d net a loss with a sale. Chelsea won’t retain the Swiss talisman for €28M, but they could be willing to redeem him for a lower sum.

Weston McKennie will stay at Leeds United permanently if they avoid relegation. Luca Pellegrini has starred just once since moving to Lazio. The Biancocelesti paying €15M to buy him out is a stretch, but the two clubs could renegotiate different terms.

Nicolò Rovella will return to Turin after a productive loan spell at Monza and likely be part of the next season’s squad as Manuel Locatelli’s deputy, replacing Leandro Paredes. His current teammate Filippo Ranocchia should depart temporarily again. Andrea Cambiaso will have his chances of staying put since Juventus will renovate their flanks.

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