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Seven players Juventus must get rid of in the summer




Today, we decided to assess the Juventus squad and decide on who should not be at the club next seasons. Here is the list:

1- Alex Sandro: 


A player Juventus should have got rid of three years ago but couldn’t because of his long term deal and high wages. This summer seems like it will be the time when the Brazilian full back departs. Alex Sandro’s contract expires in 2023. Anyways, Juventus are exploring the market for a left back.

2- Daniele Rugani: 

Rugani has been decent in some games but leaving would be better for both parties. Rugani has always got a mistake in himself, like the one against Villareal in Turin which turned the game on it’s head. Rugani leaving is better for all parties involved.

3- Adrien Rabiot: 

Rabiot is another name the management should look to get rid off. Rabiot has never convinced during his three years at the club and it’s time to move on. The french midfielders contract expires in 2023.

4- Aaron Ramsey: 

Aaron Ramsey is currently on loan but is likely to return to the club in the summer. It’s time for a permanent divorce. Ramsey’s contract lasts till 2023.

5- Arthur Melo: 

The Brazilian midfielder swapped with Miralem Pjanic has failed to impress. Arthur has never been physically well and it’s hard to see any future for him at the club. Arthur has a long term contract till 2025 but the management could explore the market for him this summer. It’ll be important to see what kind of clubs/offers the Bianconeri get for the midfielder.

6- Federico Bernardeschi: 

Bernardeschi looks set to leave the club as a free agent in the summer but it has not been confirmed like Paulo Dybala. The club have so far not opened any talks with his agents and hopefully they never do. Bernardeschi leaving might as well benefit both parties. He may go somewhere and fit better.

7- Moise Kean: 

The Juve academy product was brought back in the summer after a season each with Everton and PSG but the young Italian striker has failed to prove that he can be a great player for this club. The move to bring him back was defenitely the wrong one. The management however may not be able to get rid of him as the terms agreed with Everton are a 2 year loan with a buy obligation. It remains to be seen what happens with

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