Juventus’ potential move for Paris Saint-Germain’s Gianluigi Donnarumma remains very complex but it isn’t said to be completely impossible.
Carlo Laudisa has reported that while Juve were interested in Donnarumma last summer, they never really made an attempt despite great ties with Mino Raiola. The Bianconeri knew that Wojciech Szczesny was firmly established and there was no point in displacing him.
Donnarumma is facing a tough period at PSG and Juve always like to keep an Italian spine at the club and with Giorgio Chiellini leaving, the goalkeeper could represent an Italian core.
But political relations between PSG and Juve are not exceptional and the Bianconeri management didn’t like PSG’s recent approach for Max Allegri. The Super League case also brought about frictions between the clubs.
But financially, Juve could be helped by the Growth Decree in 2023. The rule allows Italian citizens abroad for two years to take advantages. But since he’s been there in France for just one year, the summer of 2023 could be the right time for a move. In the meantime, Szczesny could have found another club too.