Juventus will look to Nicolo Zaniolo or Giacomo Raspadori to replace Paulo Dybala at the end of the season. The club have confirmed that La Joya will be leaving Turin after 7 years with the Bianconeri as they will not be renewing his contract.
La Gazzetta dello Sport report that Juventus leadership are looking for a worthy successor to Dybala, estimating a cost of €40-60 million.
The newspaper suggest that Juve have already ‘moved’ for Zaniolo, initiating contacts with his agent Claudio Vigorelli. Zaniolo, whose contract with Roma runs until 2024, is seen as a the perfect ‘identikit’ for a Bianconero: 22-years-old, Italian and has a sustainable salary.
Should the deal for Zaniolo fail to materialise, Juve will look to Sassuolo’s Raspadori who is seen as a cheaper alternative.