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Juventus’ Pursuit Of Jadon Sancho Hinges On Chiesa’s Exit

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Jadon Sancho’s future at Manchester United seems poised for a shift this summer, with Juventus emerging as strong contenders for his signature.

However, a potential move to the Serie A giants comes with a significant condition: Juventus must first offload Federico Chiesa.

Sancho, at 24, is reportedly set to leave Manchester United, prompting interest from clubs across Europe.

Juventus, having already made moves in the transfer market with arrivals like Thiago Motta and Douglas Luiz, are keen on adding Sancho to their ranks.

Yet, their financial flexibility is constrained unless they can sell Chiesa, who has one year left on his contract and is valued around £25 million by Juventus.

Jadon Sancho

Manchester United’s asking price for Sancho is approximately £40 million, a figure Juventus cannot meet without clearing space in their squad and finances.

One potential solution could involve the return of Matias Soule, who impressed on loan at Frosinone last season and is expected to feature prominently for Juventus.

While negotiations continue, Juventus believe Sancho would be open to joining them at the Allianz Stadium.

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However, they have yet to formally approach Manchester United with an offer.

Borussia Dortmund, where Sancho once played, also wants to bring him back but they need to have money first.

They have to sell some players before trying to get the English winger again.

Jadon Sancho

Karim Adeyemi, the 22-year-old striker, is on Juventus’s list and could be sold to make money for Sancho.

Chelsea, too, likes him and wants to add him to their team to boost their attack this summer.

The London club sees Adeyemi as a key player they want to sign, hinting at a likely fight over who gets him.

Chelsea’s eye on Adeyemi makes the chase for Sancho to join Juventus more tangled, as the transfer game gets more complex with each team’s moves.

While where Sancho will end up is still up in the air, the mix of Juventus, Manchester United, Dortmund, and Chelsea shows how tricky buying and selling players can be in European football.

As the summer transfer season moves on, everyone is watching how these teams deal with their own problems to get who they want, with Sancho’s next step being a big guess.

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