the new management has a 100% Italian project to relaunch the club


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Still stuck in the soft underbelly of the classification since its penalty of 15 points for illegal capital gains, Juventus is trying, first of all, to restore order in the offices, before establishing a new coherent sporting project. And if the Bianconeri still risk big penalties, ranging from new points withdrawn to relegation to Serie B, the new Turin management is gradually starting to set its summer goals. The plan is rather clear: rediscover a “Made in Italy” philosophy that made the glory of yesteryear (Buffon, Bonucci, Barzagli, Chiellini, Pirlo, Marchisio…). The Italian soul has always been a hallmark of Juventus, and the project plans to recreate one from the youngsters already there.

Before launching its policy of major works, Juventus plans to reduce its payroll and the departure of Weston McKennie to Leeds (34.5 million + bonus) this winter is part of this need to clean up before being reborn. Argentinian midfielder Leandro Paredes, currently on loan, should return to PSG next June, as will Arthur Melo, on loan from Liverpool, who will return to England. Conversely, Denis Zakaria, sent on loan to Chelsea, is very popular with coach Graham Potter, who would like to keep him at the end of the season. Regarding the end of the contract, Juan Cuadrado will not extend his lease after La Stampa, while the Frenchman Adrien Rabiot could look elsewhere, like Alex Sandro. Only Ángel Di María leaves room for doubt, he who is homesick. The Piedmontese management is also working to find a base for Paul Pogba, whose case is causing more and more concern internally.

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Rebuilding with “local seeds”

In times of crisis, Juventus clung to the Azzurri to bounce back and restore their image. This is the current dream of the new Board of Directors. According to information from Gazzetta dello Sport, the Old Lady would like to start her facelift by betting on Italy and its local products. In addition to young Italian internationals Nicolò Fagioli, Federico Gatti, Fabio Miretti and Manuel Locatelli, Juventus would like to repatriate two young nuggets from the training center currently on loan to Monza: Nicolò Rovella and Filippo Ranocchia. Without forgetting some potential foreigners who could be kept, such as Samuel Iling-Junior, Kaio Jorge or Matías Soulé.

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For the next summer transfer window, Massimiliano Allegri would also target three players: midfielder Davide Frattesi from Sassuolo, who is also on the shelves of Roberto De Zerbi’s Brighton. Author of a huge season at Empoli, goalkeeper Guglielmo Vicario could also take over from aging Wojciech Szczęsny, Mattia Perin and Carlo Pinsoglio, while the 26-year-old goalkeeper caught the eye of Bayern Munich this winter. Juve also hope to toast the competition in the battle for Empoli’s rough diamond, Tommaso Baldanzi, whose battle has been raging since the start of the year according to our information. There remains a big question mark in this scheme: the presence or not of Federico Chiesa in the long term. Back from injury, the Italian will attract big European clubs, given the situation that Juventus is going through.

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