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Juventus told to swap Arthur for a Valencia man

August 7, 2022 - 11:59 pm

Juventus has been urged to swap Arthur Melo for Valencia’s Carlos Soler after the Spanish club admitted they cannot sign the Brazilian.

Arthur earns a very huge salary in Turin, and it has been hard to ship him out.

In the last few days, it seems Valencia would take him from Juve and the midfielder was also willing to make the move to La Liga.

However, Valencia has now conceded defeat in their bid to sign him and he could be stuck at Juve.

But Massimo Pavan believes there is a solution that makes sense for both clubs.

He claims Juve would be smart to consider sending Arthur to Spain on loan, while taking Soler from Los Che.

He writes on Tuttojuve: “It is known that one of Valencia’s most interesting players is Carlos Soler. The Spanish player has come from good seasons and the contract expires in 2023, he is 25 years old and in recent years he has still played with good continuity and given certainties also in terms of performances and scoring.

“If Juventus are looking for a skilled midfielder in the whole field, the Spaniard could certainly be a very interesting solution, to be taken at an attractive price since he can marry for free in January with any club. If we were in the Bianconeri a solution of exchange of loans with payment of Arthur’s salary for 60% could be a solution of sure interest.”

Juve FC Says

Soler has been one of the finest midfielders in La Liga for some time, and the Spaniard is very experienced.

This makes him an ideal Max Allegri signing, and we just need to make the move happen.

Spanish clubs could soon start looking to add him to their squad, so we need to act fast to win the race.

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    martinn August 8, 2022 at 12:02 am

    he could help us get fourth despite the coach

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      Juvent1n0chivasso August 8, 2022 at 12:46 am

      Maybe it’ll give you someone else to focus on other than your boyfriend Max.

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    juvemania August 8, 2022 at 12:49 am

    skills or experience is not our problems, just look at atl madrid games.
    it’s player movements, coordinations, nobody knows where to pass, there is no ideas or identity in the team.
    you can put messi and ronaldo and mbappe and modric and all top 11 players in the world and still we will got only 1 shot on goal.

    stop blaming on the players, they are just trying to do what the coach had been put in the strategy training.
    it’s useless kept adding “skills players” at this moment. that’s not the problems and we all can see it on the last match