Maurizio Sarri has been able to continue the Italian Serie A dominance of Juventus after replacing Maximiliano Allegri at the club based in Turin.
The Italian tactician left Chelsea after just one season last summer to take up the Juventus managerial job despite his previous affiliation, Napoli. He replaced compatriot Allegri who has stepped down from the post despite having one year to run on his then Juventus contract.
Sarri and Juventus have had to contend with former manager Antonio Conte and his efficient Inter Milan side plus an unstoppable Lazio team under Simone Inzaghi, despite the opposition from both Inter Milan and Lazio.
Juventus have managed to open a three-point lead at the top of the Italian Serie A table buoyed by the form of both Cristiano Ronaldo and Paolo Dybala.
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Dybala could have been playing for either Manchester United or Tottenham Hotspur in the Premier League as he came close to joining the two clubs at various times last summer. The petite Argentine international was considered to be surplus to requirements but he has been able to show his quality to doubters at the club and his in line for a new contract that will see his weekly wages increase.
Paolo Dybala would definitely not leave Juventus this summer as it was suggested by a lot of football stakeholders at the start of this season. Let’s examine the players likely to leave Juventus this summer to follow Emre Can out of the club after the German midfielder left for Borussia Dortmund FC of Germany on loan last month with the obligation to sign him this summer.
1. Merih Demirel
Turkish international centre back attracted a lot of interests from other European clubs last month until his serious knee injury against AS Roma in the league. These clubs could resurrect their interest this summer when he’s fit.
2. Adrien Rabiot
Just like Emre Can, Adrien Rabiot has struggled to nail down a permanent spot in the Juventus midfield in his first season and he could move for better playing time elsewhere this summer.