If the Champions League is now gone, Juventus’ current and future season passes from qualification to that of 2023/24. And, above all, from the choices that will come. The first on the future of Massimiliano Allegri, the second linked to the market, to be carried out between January and June 2023, when the “phase 2” of the revolution started in the last ten months will start at the Continassa. The restyling continues, the Gazzetta points out, because some players have their contracts expiring, others have disappointed. Defense, midfield and attack, much to be restored and the bianconeri, according to the drafts coming from the salons of the market, are moving in all directions.
MIDFIELD – The focus is mainly on the midfield. Adrien remains on the way Rabiot, which is liked in the Premier and could end up there on a free transfer, being the contract expires. The chances that Juventus will be able to avoid the Frenchman’s free transfer farewell are very few, writes Gazzetta, who adds: “But Leandro’s confirmation does not seem obvious either. Paredes“, with Weston McKennie who in the event of a good offer could move to England as early as January. The focus, therefore, will be Paul Pogba and Manuel Locatelli, with a dream to support him: Sergej Milinkovic-Savic, who would not mind joining Vlahovic in black and white. Claudio Lotito, permitting. And qualification for the Champions League permitting.