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In subpar market transfers, Juventus burn almost €400 million

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Juventus will adjust their approach because they spend 400 million in the subpar market with the new management because they don’t want to repeat the mistakes they’ve made in the last three years.

According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, the club is concerned about the sums spent in the transfer market recently, given the absence of genuine sporting success. The squad hasn’t claimed the Scudetto since the 2019–20 campaign, and it doesn’t appear that they will do so again this year.

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Juventus’ team has received almost €425 million in funding subpar over the previous three years, which is a substantial figure given the absence of championships during this time.

In the deal with Miralem Pjanic, Arthur was valued at €72 million; Dusan Vlahovic cost €81 million; Federico Chiesa cost €60 million; and Gleison Bremer cost €55 million in total. It’s important to remember even less expensive players like Alvaro Morata, Weston McKennie, and Manuel Locatelli.

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The club’s new board of directors plans to implement a significant shift in course, working to close the deficit and fight for a financially sound budget. The objective going forward will be to acquire young and promising talent while making the most of the funds allocated to the Under-23 squad.

Juventus will modify their strategy under the new leadership because they don’t want to make the same errors they did in the previous three years.

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How does Juventus spend 400 Million In a subpar Market

In light of the lack of recent actual sporting success. Subpar the club is concerned about the sums spent in the transfer market, according to La Gazzetta dello Sport. Since the 2019–20 season, the team has failed to win the Scudetto. And it doesn’t seem like they will this year either.

Given the lack of titles during this period. Juventus’ club got about subpar €425 million in funding during the preceding three years, a sizable sum.

Given the lack of titles during this period. Juventus’ club got about €425 million in funding during the preceding three years, a sizable sum.

Arthur was valued at €72 million. Dusan Vlahovic at €81 million. Subpar Federico Chiesa at €60 million, and Gleison Bremer at €55 million in the trade with Miralem Pjanic. It’s crucial to keep in mind even reasonably priced players like Manuel Locatelli, Weston McKennie, and Alvaro Morata.

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