Dusan Vlahović is going through a scoring drought and his price tag is going down, as reported by La Gazzetta dello Sport’s Giovanni Albanese.
Vlahović has scored 11 goals across all competitions for Juventus in this season but he has not found the net in his last eight league games. His last goal in Serie A came on February 7th when he scored a brace against Salernitana.
Juventus bought him from Fiorentina in January 2021 for €80 million bonus included but his value has decreased since then.
The Serbian did not lived up the expectations and Juventus might take in consideration the option of a sale, especially if they won’t be playing in Europe next season.
In that scenario, Juventus will be forced to cut their losses, including Vlahović’s contract as it runs until June 2026 on a €7 million per year salary.
At the same time, Juventus are well aware that it will be hard for them to receive all the money they spent to sign Vlahović if they’ll sell him this summer.
As of right now, the Bianconeri have not received an official offer for their striker but it’s reported that many clubs in Premier League and PSG are following closely the situation.
Andrea Agostinelli I GIFN