Juventus To Bring Back Their Former Striker To Replace Federico Chiesa

Written By Onyeka Daniel

For next season, the attack of Italian giants, Juventus is expected to wear a new look under a new manager, Thiago Motta, with several players expected to exit the club, to make room for new signings.

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According to Italian transfer expert Matteo Moretto, he confirmed that the Bianconeri have put Federico Chiesa on the market. But the Italian star will predictably make up his mind on his future after the Euros.


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As his possible replacement, the club is open to signing Alvaro Morata for a third spell as the Spanish striker looks to return to Turin.Juve has been linked with another move for him, and Atletico Madrid is always open to selling its players.

The Madrid club considers Morata an important part of their team now and in the future, but they will not hinder his departure. This has opened the door for Juve to re-sign the former Real Madrid star, and it is a move the Old Lady is willing to make happen.

Atletico has set their asking price for his signature, with a report on Tuttomercatoweb claiming they want to sell him for €15 million. However, Juventus will not go that high in their offer for his signature, with the report adding that they can only pay €10 million.

Juve believes that is the fair value for the striker who has been in good form despite his age. The 31-year-old is not expected to compete with Dusan Vlahovic, rather, he will play alongside the Serbian. His signing has become more important after Arkadiusz Milik picked up a serious injury few days ago.


As for Chiesa, his contract expires in June 2025, and Moretto said the Italian star will decide his future after the Euros. Moretto confirmed Napoli and their new coach, Antonio Conte, are keen on the Italy international, while Roma are looking for a different kind of player as things stand.

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Chiesa and Juventus seem destined to part ways this summer, but the winger’s next club is still uncertain. He joined Juventus in a €55m deal from Fiorentina in 2020.The 26-year-old has scored 32 goals in 131 games with the Bianconeri, winning one Supercoppa Italiana and two Coppa Italia.

There was a recent report of a possible swap involving Giovanni Di Lorenzo and Chiesa, but Conte has Di Lorenzo in his plans, and the former Juventus coach has made it his mission to ensure Di Lorenzo does not leave the club.

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