Juventus have confirmed the departures of Paulo Dybala, Federico Bernardeschi and Alvaro Morata through their official website.
Today is the final day of their contracts at the Allianz Stadium, although they will leave the club for different reasons.
Dybala and Bernardeschi’s deals in Turin expire today, while Morata leaves at the end of a two-year loan spell. He returns to Atletico Madrid, where his contract expires next summer. Juventus had an option to make his move permanent for €35m but decided against activating it. They paid €20m for his two-year loan.
The Serie A giants negotiated a lower fee with Atletico Madrid for several months without reaching an agreement with the La Liga giants.
On the other hand, Dybala is available as a free agent but has yet to find a new club. Inter have been in talks with his representative, but negotiations have been put on hold following Romelu Lukaku’s return.
The Nerazzurri need to sell two of their strikers to afford La Joya, who is also on Milan‘s radars. Bernardeschi leaves the Allianz Stadium five years after a €40m move from Fiorentina. He has been in talks with Napoli but hasn’t reached an agreement with the Partenopei at the moment.
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