Blaise Matuidi and Juan Cuadrado look set to renew their contracts with Juventus but Emre Can may leave the club after just two seasons.
Fabio Paratici alluded to an impending renewal for Colombian international Cuadrado, a player who has been rejuvenated under new coach Maurizio Sarri, moving to right-back and making the position his own.
Calciomercato’s Govanni Albanese reports that there have been decisive hours for talks over the Colombian’s extension and a very solid relationship between all parties has meant that a general agreement has already been reached over a new deal until 2022.
Goal Italia’s Romero Agresti reports that along with Cuadrado, Blaise Matuidi is expected to get a revised contract that will take him beyond his existing deal which ends in 2020.
Both journalists suggest that Emre Can is unlikely to remain at the club beyond next summer, having been left out of the Champions League squad and fallen further down the midfield pecking order.
The German midfielder’s contract included a €50m release clause, valid only outside of Italy and only in his third year with the club, leaving Juve in a position to make a sizeable profit in June 2020, should anyone choose to exercise the option.