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Juventus Reversed Transfer Market Trend in the Summer

Juventus hired a few players during the summer transfer window, but thanks to a large number of departures, they have significantly reduced the cost of their team. It is a turning point compared to previous years, as the financial value of the list has been constantly increasing.

according to Football and financeThe savings will amount to 33 million euros. Estimate factors in wages, depreciation and loan fees. The Old Lady has 35 contract players, including those currently affiliated with other teams. The proceeds amounted to 278 million euros, while it was 311 million euros last September.

From an economic and technical point of view, the two most important departures were Matisse de Ligt and Paulo Dybala. Its total value was 46 million euros on the balance sheets. Merre Demiral, Rolando Mandragora, Giacomo Frione and Matteo Brunori permanently left after temporary spells. Juventus has not only reduced the squad through transfer market moves, but also through contracts that expire, as was the case with Giorgio Chiellini and Federico Bernardeschi, or were terminated early, such as the Aaron Ramsey deal.

Arthur and Denis Zakaria are still part of the equation as they were left on loan, as is Degan Kulusevsky. Tottenham will officially buy 40 million euros next summer. Bremer was the most expensive acquisition, with an estimated annual value of 13 million euros. Landro Paredes and Arkadiusz Milik’s payments have been deferred until 2023. Juventus will also have to replace Moise Kean by the next summer transfer window.

Paul Pogba and Angel Di Maria joined in on the free transfers, so only their salaries count toward the books. The former is the highest paid player with €8 million per year, while the latter earns €7 million like Dusan Vlahovic and Adrien Rabiot. Payroll saw a contraction of €10 million.

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