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Juventus faces key contract renewals amid Allegri’s uncertain future

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Juventus finds itself at a crossroads as it navigates crucial decisions regarding contract renewals for several players whose contracts are set to expire between June 2024 and June 2025.

According to Mirko Nikolino, the club must address the contracts of key players within the next few months.

Among those players, Brazilian defender Alex Sandro (33) appears destined to depart, with his career likely to continue in the Brazilian league.

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Conversely, negotiations for the renewal of Daniele Rugani’s (29) contract are reportedly underway, albeit at a reduced salary compared to his current €3.5 million per year plus bonuses.

Adrien Rabiot (28) is increasingly linked with an exit from Turin, with his future potentially hinging on the fate of coach Massimiliano Allegri.

Without Allegri, Rabiot could be on his way out, with clubs like Bayern Munich, Liverpool, and Tottenham reportedly interested in securing his services on a free transfer.

The future of Carlos Alcaraz (21) remains uncertain, dependent on his performance in the coming months.

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Meanwhile, players whose contracts expire in 2025, such as Carlo Pinsoglio and Mattia Perin, are not currently considered priorities, with Mattia De Sciglio’s future uncertain without Allegri.

Goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny has one more year on his contract, but his situation is not considered urgent, potentially leading to a free transfer in June 2025.

On the other hand, midfielder Weston McKennie’s impressive performances this season are expected to lead to a contract renewal, while Samuel Iling Junior may also extend his contract before being sold to raise funds.

The renewal of captain Danilo’s (32) contract is believed to be straightforward, while the future of Moise Kean is still undecided after a failed attempt to sell him in the recent winter transfer window.

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As for Federico Chiesa (26), there is a desire to continue together, especially with a potential change in coaching staff, although any new contract is unlikely to exceed his current €5 million per year plus bonuses.

This information comes amid ongoing speculation about the future direction of Juventus, with the club facing important decisions both on and off the pitch.

As negotiations continue, fans eagerly await clarity on the futures of their beloved players and the direction of the club under Allegri’s leadership.

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