Chiesa, not even for 80 million

The Juventus player has curdled a huge Euro Cup and Bayern has appeared with that amount, but the answer is no. In Turin he is more untouchable than Cristiano or Dybala.

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Chiesa arrived in the final stretch of the last summer market at Juventus de Pirlo. Finally, a historical enemy like Fiorentina was persuaded for an operation that included a fee of 10 million for two years of assignment plus a purchase obligation of 40 million. In a year of considerable depression from Bianconera, despite the two titles achieved (Supercoppa and Coppa), Chiesa has been the most positive note of the team. It has appeared at key moments and has been an ideal complement for Cristiano and Morata.

His great season was worth being in the Eurocup, where he did not start as a starter, but little by little he was gaining the place to Berardi. His goal against Spain was a summary of his best qualities. He has been a capital player for Mancini and many have noticed him. In recent days there has been talk in Germany about Bayern's interest. Bayern coach Nagelsmann himself was in charge of confirming this in an interview. "He is a very good player, I love him, but he is very expensive," he said.

Today the Corriere dello Sport explains that there has been a Bavarian attempt to take over their services, but it has been unsuccessful. They have tempted Juventus with an offer of 80 million, but not even like that. For Allegri it is untouchable. A fixed, even more than Cristiano or Dybala. Both have to clarify their future and nothing is decided. Dybala is already in Turin and the arrival of his agent is awaited to negotiate a renovation or a sale. Contract ends in 2022. But Chiesa is permanent.



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