Juventus ‘need to raise £85m by the end of June with at least SEVEN of Andrea Pirlo’s players up for sale’ after club revealed massive £100m loss due to coronavirus crisis
- Juventus need to raise £85million by the end of June to balance their books
- The Serie A side announced a loss of £99m for the first six months of 2020-21
- McKennie, Demiral, Sandro, Rabiot, Ramsey and Bernardeschi could be sold
Juventus need to raise £85million by the end of June to balance their books following the financial ramifications of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Serie A side – who announced a loss of £99m for the first six months of 2020-21 – have reportedly put several players on the market to stump up the funds.
According to Il Corriere dello Sport, Weston McKennie is among those who will be sold during the transfer window.
Juventus boss Andrea Pirlo need to raise £85million by the end of June to balance their books
Merih Demiral, Alex Sandro, Adrien Rabiot, Aaron Ramsey, Federico Bernardeschi will all join McKennie in the transfer market this summer as Juventus look to balance their books.
It is believed Juventus will also look to make Mattia De Sciglio’s move to Lyon permanent, while Douglas Costa will return to Turin after a season-long loan spell at Bayern Munich.
Costa is, however, wanted by Gremio, but Brazilian side are unable to meet the demands set by Juventus.
Paulo Dybala is another player who will be highly sought after following the news of Juve’s financial situation.
McKennie (above), Demiral, Sandro, Rabiot, Ramsey and Bernardeschi could be sold
While Paulo Dybala (right) could be used in a swap deal to acquire their primary targets
Dybala has not yet reached an agreement to renew his contract, which is due to expire in June 2022.
Given the demand for Dybala, Juventus may use Argentinean in swap deal to acquire one of their top targets.
Alex Sandro is another player may be offered in a swap deal as Juventus eye-up Chelsea’s Emerson Palmieri.
While Matthijs de Ligt and Dejan Kulusevski have caught the attention of Premier League giants Manchester United.