Juventus must make 250m euros in sales if they want to sign a player.
Next season will be very strange for many big clubs. Those which were in a difficult financial situation in recent years or close to being in will have to let some of their stars leave this summer. Despite the climate of uncertainty generated by the COVID-19, Juventus is clear about its goals in the next transfer market. Juventus intends to build a new sports project and will not hesitate to sacrifice some of its most precious pieces in order to complete it.
They invested a lot of money on Ronaldo’s signing and they must continue getting value for money for him. That is not their only problem though.
The Corriere Dello Sport assures that Juventus needs to sell to several players to incorporate new cracks and that this will bring them 250 million euros (between transfers and chip savings).
The first name on the exit door suggested by the Italian newspaper is Miralem Pjanic. He has a contract until 2023, but his last season has not been the best, and Bentancur is launched to occupy the position left by the ex-Roman.
According to the source, PSG is following in their footsteps and Juventus estimates that a fair price would be around 60 million euros. An amount similar to what the French team must pay Inter for Icardi. Pjanic could be the key that takes the Argentine forward to Turin.
In attack, things seem clearer. Higuain, with one of the highest salaries of the staff (7.5 million euros), could go for about 18 million; the price that remains for Juventus to amortize his billionaire signing.
Others who appear in the pools are Douglas Costa and Bernardeschi. Both have contracts until 2022 and have offered good sports performance; but they could become currency in any of the operations that the club intends to undertake..