Juventus revolution, Di Maria, Chiesa and Vlahovic, who leaves and who stays
In his recent conversation with John Elkann, coach Massimiliano Allegri reassured the club's owner of the club's ability to cope without resorting to exorbitant investment: he will have strong faith in the young players who have already gained experience this year (such as Fagioli and Miretti), and on whom the coach knows he can rely. The toughest challenge will be to re-integrate the many players returning from loans (such as Arthur, Kulusevski, McKennie and Zakaria), and to earn money. This will be the task of the new sporting director (a role for which Francesco Calvo, head of the sporting area, is working, and who retains the trust of managing director Maurizio Scanavino): Juventus have already chosen Giuntoli, who must first free himself from Napoli. De Laurentiis, president of Napoli, is obstructing for the moment, and Juventus do not exclude plan B, i.e. an internal solution (Giovanni Manna, current sporting director of the Next Gen, with Federico Cherubini, who is, however, inhibited due to the capital gains issue).