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Four first-team players earmarked to boost Juve’s transfer budget

June 11, 2022 - 11:18 am

Juventus are claimed to be keen on receiving upwards of €50 Million by cashing in on four First team players.

There appears to be interest in midfield duo Arthur Melo and And Adrien Rabiot, and we are ready to allow both an exit. TuttoJuve claims that we are in want of €10 Million for the Frenchman, while we are hoping for around €35 Million for the former Barcelona star.

The report adds that we’re hoping to retrieve €5 Million for the services of Alex Sandro, who is into the latter stages of his career, while we are also hoping to find a new club for the on-loan Moise Kean, whom we have an obligation to buy if certain terms are met.

The striker is claimed to be available for €20 Million, some of which would be owed to Everton, whilst the saving on the quartets wages would also be a big boost to our finances.

We are still waiting to see if the likes of Angel Di Maria and Paul Pogba will be joining on free transfers, but this seems like the early part of the close-season has been positive thus far.

Do you think we may be over/under valuing some players?

Patrick

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    Mancjuvefan June 11, 2022 at 11:30 am

    It feels harsh on Kean, he is still young and bags of potential. He will never be one to drag a side forward but if our attack Is free flowing he can be a big part of that, as he was in his loan spell at PSG.

    As for melo he had occasional moments but also occasional fitness

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    o June 11, 2022 at 2:15 pm

    I would like a swap between Kean and Icardi

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    Matthew gonsalves June 11, 2022 at 5:54 pm

    No way they get 35 for Arthur. I’d say 15 mill is more realistic.

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    Sam June 12, 2022 at 1:27 am

    Sadly with allegria playing style even the best forward in the world won’t be able to score. The problem is the system not the plate….look how bentsncur and klusiviki playing under Conte at Tottenham now. Also unlike Allegri’s boy Rabiot, who was given way too many chances to start despite making too many costly errors, Kean did not have that luxury. I think kean deserve to remain and be given more playing time. Otherwise, just keep switching players they’ll have the same problem.

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    Toho June 12, 2022 at 10:01 am

    In my opinion, Sandro, Arthur, and Rabiot should be offloaded to make position for Milinkovic-Savic and Rovella. Personally, I don’t like the #Pogback idea. He hasn’t been capable of providing incredible statistics while playing for both France national team and Man Utd. Cashing in on Arthur + Rabiot would definitely allow us to brin Savic. Also, Juve shouldn’t depend on Morata and Kean’s services. Moise might be one for the future, however, at the moment, he is not up to the level of a high-caliber club like Juve. Juve has to think of themselves first and sign Kostic, Milinkovic-Savic, and invest some time in Fagioli and Rovella. Also, I’d love to see one of Muriel and Arnautovic inside the pitch with Bianconeir colors. For the centre-back vacant position, the club needs to sacrifice a lot to bring Koulibaly, therefore they should have other options available, but still, Kalidou is wonderful. Here is the list of the transfers I want to happen this summer for Juve.

    Ins: Kostic, Milinkovic-Savic, Rovella (keep), Fagioli (keep), Koulibaly, Molina, Di Maria.

    Outs: Morata, Kean, Sandro, Rabiot, Arthur, Demiral