Juventus: Whether to keep, sell or loan every squad member

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A busy summer awaits Juventus. (Photo by Nicolò Campo/LightRocket via Getty Images)

While their domestic and continental form has been pretty disappointing this season, Juventus have shown signs in recent transfer windows that they’re ready to hasten the rebuilding process.

Cristiano Ronaldo’s exit late last summer meant that it was always going to be tricky for Massimiliano Allegri to meet the expectations of many upon his return to the club. Still, he could end the campaign having improved on Andrea Pirlo’s fourth-place finish in Serie A and add another Coppa Italia crown in his impressive haul of silverware

But yes, the football is dire.

Nevertheless, Juventus will head into the 2022/23 campaign with Allegri as manager which means that serious qualitative improvements must be made to the Bianconeri squad to ensure that the wily traditionalist enjoys a successful second stint in Turin.

The rebuild will continue this summer, in what’s surely one of the most significant transfer windows in the club’s recent history. But, in order to bring in fresh faces, some of the old guard must be ditched.

Whether Juventus should keep, sell or loan out every current squad member

So, in this piece, we’ll assess whether every current Juventus squad member should be kept, sold or loaned out this summer.


Wojciech Szczesny will continue as Juventus’ number one next season. (Photo by Jonathan Moscrop/Getty Images)

Wojciech Szczesny – KEEP – A fine season for Szczesny means his spot isn’t under threat. I can’t envisage anyone coming in for him either.

Mattia Perin – KEEP – Perin recently signed a new deal with the club as he attempts to eventually usurp Tek as the club’s number one. That’ll take some doing, mind.

Carlo Pinsoglio – KEEP – Seems like a great guy.

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