According to Italian media, Juventus has to make a €100 million profit by the end of June, but they have declined Manchester United’s offer for Dejan Kulusevski. Read more about why Juventus need €100m profit below.
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The Old Lady recorded a deficit of €113.7 million for the first six months of 2020-21, and according to Il Corriere di Torino, they need to make a profit of €100 million by the end of June to keep the books in order. However, they are unwilling to sell five players, including Dejan Kulusevski.
Last summer, the 21-year-old joined the Old Lady from Atalanta in a €44 million contract.
The Bianconeri are determined to retain the Sweden international and have turned down a transfer offer from Manchester United.
According to reports, Paulo Dybala will leave the club at the end of the season. Because he has yet to sign an agreement to renew his deal, which expires in June 2022.
The Bianconeri are allegedly interested in swapping players with PSG striker Mauro Icardi or Barcelona winger Ousmane Dembele. However, Dybala’s lawyer, Jorge Antun, maintained that his client is only concerned with the current. He is unconcerned about contract extension negotiations with the Serie A giants.