Juve is already thinking about the future: Giuntoli approaches Di Gregorio and blocks Cambiaso

Juventus will play their last championship match at the Allianz Stadium today at 6pm, against Monza. Adrien Rabiot will not be available due to a muscle strain in his right thigh. Today, however, at the end of the match Juventus will tour the pitch with the Italian Cup and there will also be a farewell to Alex Sandro who, against the Brianza team, will experience his last match in black and white.

The renewals of Cambiaso and Rugani are official. Giuntoli approaches Di Gregorio.
Very intense day on the renewal front for Juventus. In fact, the extensions of Rugani and Cambiaso are official. The Juventus number 24 has signed a contract that will tie him to Juventus until 2026 with an option until 2027. While the former Bologna and Genoa player has extended his contract until 2029 with a substantial increase in salary. Giuntoli, however, has not only stopped at the renewals, but is defining the operation to bring Di Gregorio from Monza to Turin. To purchase the goalkeeper born in 1997, Juventus is willing to shell out a sum of around 18 million euros. With the possible arrival of Di Gregorio, the Old Lady could decide to put Szczesny on the market. The Polish goalkeeper, in fact, has a contract expiring in 2025 and does not seem willing to spread his salary. If a solution is not found to sell Szczesny, then the Bianconeri would be forced to sell Perin. In short, at Juve there risks being a great crowding in the extreme defenders department.

Montero without Rabiot decides to deploy the trident.
For the match against Monza Paolo Montero is thinking of a change in the game system and should switch to one 3-4-3: Perin will be in goal. In defense it will be up to Danilo, Rugani and Alex Sandro. In midfield on the right he will act Weahthey will play in the middle Alcaraz and Beanswhile on the left it will be confirmed Iling Jr. In attack there will be the trident formed by Chiesa, Milik and Yildiz. After 8 months he will see himself among the Fagioli owners again. In fact, the Juventus midfielder hasn’t played a match since the first minute since the match on 1 October 2023 against Atalanta. This would represent good news for Fagioli, who after celebrating Spalletti’s call-up in the 30 pre-squad squad for Euro 2024, could now also enjoy his return to the pitch in front of his fans at the Allianz Stadium.