Juventus could fire Higuain if he doesn’t return to Italy

Juventus could fire Higuain if he doesn’t return to Italy

first_imgAbout Higuaín, who is experiencing a moment of concern both about the health situation in Italy in the face of the COVID-19 emergency and about his mother’s illness, there are no certainties and nothing excludes anything. Failure to return to Italy could lead to two paths: seeking an agreement to terminate (The tip has several offers, including that of his River Plate) or come to a confrontation with the club, who would refuse to pay him all the remaining wages, around 10 million net. In the coming days Maurizio Sarri could intervene, with whom the player has a special relationship (they have already worked together in Naples and London): the coach is most interested in settling the matter as soon as possible, especially if in the end it will be possible to recover the postponed matches.Juve is looking for a new center forward, but would have it at their disposal for the next course and, in this, the only one they can count on is Pipita. The former Madrid player, alternating with Dybala, was having a positive performance, playing more for the team (as his eight assists demonstrate) and also scoring a goal (he has eight). Giving up his talent in the final stretch of the season is an outcome that the mister wants to avoid at all costs, since it would force him to always play with the ‘Joya’ and Cristiano, or to make one of his wingers point (Douglas Costa, Juan Cudrado and Federico Bernardeschi).The one that has just started may be the decisive week: if the Italian Government will give the ok to the training sessions, which would finally have a date, the call for all the bianconeri abroad will arrive. And Higuaín will have to give his answer.A month in ArgentinaGonzalo Higuaín left Italy when the players and several Juventus employees were in quarantine after the positive by Covid-19 of Rugani and Matuidi. The Argentine was intercepted by the police but had a certificate of having given ‘negative’ and they allowed him to leave on a private plane that could not fly directly to Argentina and had to stop in France and Spain.Juventus authorized the trip and now, It is awaiting a possible return in which there is nothing clear.The striker is pondering his decision and the club has no answer to know if he will return or not when they call up the players. who are abroad to return to training. Given this situation, Tuttosport proposes three future scenarios for the top: returning to Italy and ending the season, not returning with permission from Juventus or without permission, staying in Argentina and that the Turin club ends up terminating his contract for breach of it. Italian football does not yet have a date to return to training and, while clubs and institutions discuss how (and if) to return to work, several Calcio players remain abroad. One of them is Gonzalo Higuain, whose case has been causing controversy in Italy for days.The situation of the Argentine is complicated: he only has one year left on his contract and Juventus has been looking for his heir for months. The names that shuffle are various, although the ones that sound the most are those of Mauro Icardi and Arkadiusz Milik. The first is an old goal of sports director Fabio Paratici and he yearns to return to the transalpine country after his time at PSG. Parisians should spend 70 million to exercise the purchase option from Inter, which would rise to 85 if in the end the Argentine ends up being transferred to an Italian club. The Pole, for his part, does not find an agreement to renew with Naples and Maurizio Sarri would be delighted to return to work with him, although his agent has not closed the doors to a new negotiation with the Azzurri to prolong it.The attitude of Juventus, who already seems to consider Pipita out of his plans, would be, according to the Italian press, one of the reasons that has led him to consider staying in Argentina also when the go-ahead comes to return to training.last_img

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