After Mattia Perin, Mattia De Sciglio will be the next Juventus player to receive an extension from Juventus. His current contract with the team expires in June. The parties are putting the finishing touches on a deal set to run until 2025. Goal.com reports.
The full-back stayed in Turin last summer after a season on loan at Olympique Lyonnais thanks to the return of Massimiliano Allegri. He has played regularly on both flanks in defense and has made 27 appearances in total. He originally joined the Bianconeri In 2017 he moved from Milan for €12m. The 29-year-old has featured in 89 games with the Old Lady, scoring once and providing 4 assists.
Corresponding La Gazzetta dello Sport, the parties met in Nyon last week to iron out the details. De Sciglio will see his salary drop from €3m to between €1.8m and €2m after the extension but he will be handed a multi-year deal. The manager was a big supporter of his resurgence.
Juventus have settled the future of almost their players after expiring contracts. Federico Bernardeschi is the only one who is still in limbo. According to the Italian point of sale, the winger wouldn’t mind staying but the club haven’t made any genuine offer at the time. He parted ways with Mino Raiola, who negotiated a lower annual rate with management earlier in the season.
Whether that will happen remains to be seen. Officials chose not to make a formal proposal to Paulo Dybala in a similar situation. Considering his salary, the Italian forward has a better chance of ending up at Milan or Inter than at other Serie A sides. However, he wouldn’t mind going abroad if he had to leave. He has his sights set on the Premier League and the London clubs in particular.
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