Juventus and Massimiliano Allegri will reportedly use the next five league games before the World Cup break to decide who has a future at the club and who doesn’t.

La Gazzetta dello Sport writes how the Bianconeri are planning for the future and want to make a series of clear assessments of their players ahead of the World Cup in Qatar which starts next month, which will end just before the transfer window opens. of January.

The first two cases that Juventus will deal with are Juan Cuadrado and Alex Sandro, two players whose contracts expire next year.
The Colombian’s performances have fallen off this season and it is unlikely that he will be offered a new deal. A similar situation is with the Brazilian, who has been below the standard required by the club for several months.

The Old Lady are still undecided about midfielder Leandro Paredes, who they have an agreement to sign, but Juventus are yet to decide whether to keep the Argentine. His performances will have to improve in the coming months.
Weston McKennie is likely to leave the Bianconeri in January.

After the return of Paul Pogba, he is unlikely to find regular minutes in Turin and he has not convinced Allegri, so an offer of around €20m could be enough to seal a deal.
Finally there is Moise Kean. The club has an obligation to buy him from Everton, but Juve is still unsure whether to keep him or transfer him elsewhere

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