Juventus Could Sacrifice Two Players To Fund Their Winter Transfer Window Plans

Written By Onyeka Daniel

For Juventus, they’re very much keen on signing a midfielder in the coming January transfer window, but the club is very much limited by budget, hence, they’re looking at several options, including the possibility of selling a player to fund their transfer plans.

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According to several reports, the plan was to sell English winger, Samuel Iling-Junior with a number of suitors from the EPL, but that may soon change as the club may decide to sell Matias Soulé instead.


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And a new report from England, Crystal Palace and Newcastle are leading the race to sign Soulé in January, so the Bianconeri may send Dean Huijsen to Frosinone as a replacement and they could still sell Iling-Junior too.

The Serie A giants seem willing to keep Kenan Yildiz at the club, so Soulé and Samuel Iling-Junior could be sold in January. Gazzetta dello Sport claims Crystal Palace and Newcastle are leading the race for Argentinean winger Soulé who is valued at €25m by the Bianconeri.

Soulé is on loan at Frosinone where he has scored six goals in 15 appearances this season. In order to convince the Ciociari to part ways with the 20-year-old winger next month, Juventus could offer them the promising centre-back Huijsen on loan until June. Other reports have it that the defender will move to Frosinone with or without Soulé leaving, to help him get more playing time.


The uncertainty about the future of the Growth Decree is causing a lot of unease among Serie A clubs, who have in turn moved to try and block its potential abolition. According to a new report, the current plan – confirmed today by the president of Lega Serie A, Lorenzo Casini – still provides for the elimination of tax benefits.

This topic was also discussed today in the assembly with the unanimous intention of the clubs of the league to push against its removal. If there is no change, the abolition will concern all future contracts, without affecting previous benefits. One issue, however, concerns contract renewals: all those signed after the entry into force of the budget law would be considered new contracts.

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At the moment, pessimism is spreading but hope is not lost that the plans can be overturned. The Growth Decree however was not originally designed for football and it would seem strange, on a political level, to remove the tax regime for everyone except footballers.

Casini explained: “It was decided to prepare a synthetic document which shows the damage of this abolition and how removing it could disadvantage young people. We will send it with a collaborative spirit, not one of conflict.”

Serie A as a league will produce this document in the next few days and according to the calculations of the leaders of Italian football, abolishing the decree would disadvantage young Italian players, who many believe to be harmed by these measures. Why is that? The theory is that the money saved on the salaries of players coming from abroad was reinvested by the clubs to strengthen their youth sector.

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