Sassuolo CEO voices concern over Raspadori’s future amid interest from Juventus

Juventus have reportedly identified Sassuolo’s Giacomo Raspadori as a potential replacement for Paulo Dybala, who will leave Turin for free this summer.

While speaking to Rai Sport, Sassuolo CEO Giovanni Carnevali admitted that keeping the players, who have generated interest from various suitors, might not be that easy in the summer. He said,

“Raspadori is going to Juventus? I don’t think so, I hope he will stay with us. Mister Dionisi remains without a shadow of a doubt, he is the only one sure to stay.

“We’ll see: we have some requests. for the players, it will not be easy to keep everyone but we want to continue the project.”

Over the last two years, Raspadori has emerged as one of the top-rated youngsters in Italy. This season, the 22-year-old has continued to flourish under the stewardship of Alessio Dionisi.

From 34 league appearances, the youngster has amassed ten goals and six assists in the 2021/22 campaign so far. Raspadori is bound to the Neroverdi’s contract until June 2024. Juventus have shown interest in signing the player this summer, with Paulo Dybala ending closer to leaving the Old Lady as a free agent. 

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