The new coach of Juventus must validate three sales
Juventus surprised yesterday with the announcement of the departure of Allegri next year after five seasons in Turin and that the Italian coach had already outlined the project next year to try to assault the Champions League once.
The directive knew the intentions and now the new coach must decide whether to follow the main lines of the project or stop the departure of one of the players ‘crucified’. Nothing can be done with Andrea Barzagli, who retires at the end of this campaign, and Martín Cáceres, who ends his contract after a transfer in Lazio. Nor will he be able to cancel the agreement with Aaron Ramsey after the agreement reached months ago after being released from Arsenal.
But you will have to make a decision with Dybala. The Argentine was the star of Juventus until the arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo and the first season of the Portuguese in Turin has shown that there is no place for the two players, although the relationship between both is good. Allegri’s idea was to accept his departure if the offer was good. 100 million euros was a feasible amount considering that it was bought for 40 million four years ago. Tuttosport says that this winter PSG, Bayern Munich and Manchester City asked for La Joya, but the departure of Griezmann from Atlético can take an unexpected turn in these months of the market.
Another player who was going to hear offers before the goodbye of Allegri is Miralem Pjanic. The midfielder raised in his day the interest of Real Madrid, PSG and City and his value is above what was paid by him three summers ago to Rome (32 million euros).
And Cancelo is another player that can be boxed to help make a team that aspire with strength for the Champions League. Last summer the Valencia entered 35 million euros on this side and the Turin offices believe that the two Manchester teams would pay this summer more for the Portuguese.