Wojciech Szczesny’s contract with Juventus runs until June 30, 2025, but the Italian media are already wondering about the goalkeeper’s future. According to their information, there are at least two possibilities.
WP SportoweFakty / Mateusz Czarnecki / Pictured: Wojciech Szczęsny
Wojciech Szczęsny became a Juventus player in July 2017. The Old Lady paid €18 million for him. The player’s current contract is valid until the end of next season and guarantees the goalkeeper a profit of 6.5 million euros annually.
Italian media said: “With a year and a half remaining until the Pole’s contract expires, Juventus is forced to think about his future.”
According to local journalists, the 33-year-old has two options. One of them is to extend the contract in the long term – until 2028, but with lower profits than before.
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In this way, Szczesny is likely to end his career in the colors of the Torino club. A transfer could also be an option, but only in the summer of 2024. This will be the last chance for the Pole not to leave for free.
The Italians also write about the so-called buffer solution. The contract is supposed to be extended until the end of the 2025/2026 season (that is, until the next World Cup).
This would give Juventus time to find a new goalkeeper. Especially since Mattia Perina’s contract will also expire after a year and a half.
Szczesny has performed well recently, as evidenced by his behavior in the match against Milan (1-0). Juventus currently occupies third place in the Italian League standings, only two points behind leaders Inter Milan.
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