October 21, 2023 – 1:00 pm
Juventus has been offering new contracts to a few of their players in novel months as they gaze to retain the core of their squad, even supposing they want to scale back costs.
Their bloated wage bill has caused them critical financial complications in the past few seasons, and the membership has to address this issue.
It is the primary responsibility that Cristiano Giuntoli has been tasked with performing, and the Bianconeri sporting director is trying to get that sorted.
This doesn’t mean Juve will risk losing its key players because they earn a lot of money, and they are now looking to provide Federico Chiesa a new deal.
The attacker’s contract expires in 2025, and he is one among the ideally suited earners at the membership, earning 5 million euros salvage per season.
Calciomercato reports that Juventus is working on a new deal for him and will provide him an extension in the coming weeks after the Euro 2020 winner started this season strongly.
Juve FC Says
Chiesa is one among our most important players and one among the finest footballers in Serie A, so he is not a player we want to lose.
Although our purse is tight at the second, the attacker is one among the team contributors we can strengthen our budget to accommodate; otherwise, we want to offload him for a substantial rate and stamp a replacement who will accept a decrease salary.