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Juve could be forced to sack two players

Juventus' financial problems could see Italian champions sacking two players

July 29, 2020 By Oscar Rojas
The bianconeri have been hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic and keeping most of their squad could not be possible.

Even after winning the Scudetto, Juve's financial problems could see the club releasing two of their current players. The reason? Their massive wages and Juventus' monetary problems caused by the coronavirus pause.

According to a report by Tuttosport, the Italian side may be considering to take extreme measures to solve their financial situation. One of those scenarios has seen the bianconeri reducing the salaries of most first-team players, and the new approach would be to let some of their players leave for good, even if they are still under contract for next season.

The players in question are none other than Gonzalo Higuaín and Sami Khedira. Juventus' wants to avoid these players from being part of the payroll next season no matter what, and Juve would even be willing to release them and choose the team they want even if that means they cannot collect any money for their transfers.

Higuaín is one of th best-paid players in the team, but his stint with the bianconeri has not been as successful as expected. He has gone out on loan two times since he joined the club, and the team's hierarchy believes that his time at the club should end abruptly.

Khedira's case is not as extreme, but the team's overbooking in midfield has seen him being deemed surplus to the team's requirements. The German midfielder has been linked with moves back to the Bundesliga, but his wages represent quite a problem for those who have inquired about his services.

The players may see the end of their stints with the bianconeri once the UEFA Champions League concludes.


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