Gleison Bremer is already contracted with Juventus until 2027, yet the team is thinking about extending his deal. That would allow them to reduce his yearly impact on their balance sheets, factoring in in the sizeable investment they made to sign him from Torino. They shelled out €41M, plus €8M add-ons. They quickly re-invested the money they got from Bayern Munich for Matthijs De Ligt.
The Brazilian has been one of the most commanding center-backs in the league this season. He just scored his first goal, breaking the deadlock versus Cagliari. He’s wanted in the Premier League. However, the Old Lady plans to keep him for years to come.
On top of Bremer, Juventus are close to shaking hands with two key members of their defense, Daniele Rugani and Wojciech Szczesny, Calciomercato reports. The new expiration date should be 2026 in both cases. They could accept a slight pay reduction relative to what they earn today, €3.5M and €6.5M annually respectively.
Our Take on Juventus, Bremer, and Their Strategy
It’ll likely happen but won’t move the needle much financially. Rugani and Szczesny’s renewals would be more meaningful from that standpoint. But the real difference-makers, economically and technically, are the negotiations with Dusan Vlahovic, Federico Chiesa, and Adrien Rabiot.
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