Serie A: Italian clubs want to extend their contracts with their stars



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Serie A: Italian clubs want to extend their contracts with their stars

The status of Dušan Vlahović in Fiorentina, ie the renewal of the contract that the striker has with Viola until 2023, has attracted the attention of a large part of the football public. Having in mind the fact that it is more and more certain that there will be no new initials, the center forward could leave Tuscany with compensation or wait for the summer of 2023 and, like many players in the past few months, find a new environment as a free agent.

A member of the Serbian national team born in 2000 would continue his career on the path trodden by transfers such as Gianluigi Donnarumma in Paris Saint-Germain, Hakan Chalhanoglu in Inter, or many others who marked the summer behind us.

Wanting to avoid such a scenario, but under much greater pressure from time, the Italian giants started negotiations with players who entered the last year of the contract, and on the same day the media reported that Milan had started negotiations to extend the contract with Alessio Romagnoli and that Juventus has agreed to cooperate with Paulo Dybal until 2025.

According to Gianluca di Marzio, an Italian sports journalist well informed about the events in Serie A, the Rossoneri have started negotiations on a new contract with the captain and the pillar of defense, and the two sides will try to continue the cooperation that has lasted since 2015.

When it comes to Juventus and Dybala, the situation is somewhat more concrete, according to the same source, and the imminent initialing of a contract until the summer of 2025 is already announced, which would complete the decade spent in Turin by the Argentine.

Reportedly, the Argentine will receive 8,000,000 euros fixed, and the annual salary with bonuses could increase to as much as 10,000,000. Apart from the two, in the coming period, the attention of the public in the Apennines will be focused on Franck Kessie, Lorenzo Insigne, Marcelo Brozovic, Andrea Belotti, Remo Freuler, and other Serie A players whose contracts expire in the summer of 2022, and are estimated to be worth eight-figures amounts in euros.

Most expensive players

THE MOST EXPENSIVE PLAYERS (ACCORDING TO TRANSFERMARKT) FROM THE SERIE A AND THEIR CONTRACT EXPIRES NEXT YEAR Franck Kessie(Milan) 55,000,000 Paulo Dybala (Juventus) 50,000,000 Lorenzo Insigne (Napoli) 48,000,000 Marcelo Brozovic (Inter) 40,000,000 Andrea Belotti (Turin) 35,000,000 Alessio Romagnoli (Milan) 25,000,000 Remo Freuler (Atalanta) 25,000,000 Jeremie Boga (Sassuolo) 20,000,000 Luiz Felipe (Lazio) 18,000,000 Juan Cuardado (Juventus) 16,000,000 * amounts in euros