The first 3 confirmed departures of Juventus for the summer

The season of the Juventus It has been a whirlwind of emotions and challenges. The capital gains case rocked the club with a penalty of 15 points, although these points were later returned to them. However, elimination in the Europa League semi-finals and a new ten-point ban have pushed La Vecchia Signora out of the European places, leading to the need for significant changes to the squad.

The first three confirmed departures of Juventus for the summer

According to reports from Goal Italia, three big names will not continue in Turin next season: Adrien Rabiot, angel di maria and Leandro Paredes.

-Adrien Rabiot: Rabiot, the talented French midfielder, has shown a good level both in the World Cup with the French team and during the season with Juventus. Although the club is interested in retaining him, Rabiot is looking for new challenges and Manchester United appears as the club most interested in signing him. Bayern Munich has also shown some interest, although in a more cautious way. Rabiot has been a leading figure in midfield, making 46 appearances, scoring 11 goals and distributing six assists this season.

-Angel Di Maria: The name of Ángel Di María is also emerging as a possible exit. The Argentine world champion wants to continue his career in Europe, but at his age, he does not rule out the possibility of moving to less competitive leagues, such as Saudi Arabia. Di María has made his mark on European football over the years and has been an influential player in Juventus’ attack.

-Leandro Paredes: Finally, Leandro Paredes, Di María’s teammate, is heading back to Paris. Paredes has been on loan at Juventus, but his disappointing performance has led the club not to exercise its purchase option. The Argentine midfielder will now look for new opportunities at Paris Saint-Germain.

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With these possible moves, Juventus is preparing for a summer of changes to its squad. The board of directors and the coaching staff will have the task of restructuring the team and looking for new additions to regain competitiveness in Serie A and in European competitions. Vecchia Signora fans will be eager to see how these moves play out and which players arrive to reinforce the team next season.

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