Giorgio Chiellini ‘will end his 17-YEAR spell at Juventus this summer, with the legendary 37-year-old Italian defender set to head to MLS’
- Juventus defender Giorgio Chiellini has been linked with a move to MLS
- It’s currently unclear which team he will join, but there’s no shortage of offers in the United States.
- The 37-year-old’s contract expires in June 2023 but he will leave the club this year
- Serie A side want to rejuvenate their squad by letting former champions go
Giorgio Chiellini has been linked with a move to MLS as Juventus prepare to rejuvenate their squad.
Juventus are already gearing up for next season as they try to bridge the gap between themselves and other big clubs with a dramatic change in squad.
After confirming the end of Paulo Dybala’s love affair with the club, Juventus will also experience major upheavals in defense. According to Sky Sports, at the end of the year, Giorgio Chiellini will leave the club permanently.
Juventus defender Giorgio Chiellini (left) has been linked with a move to MLS
It’s unclear which side in the United States Chiellini will join but MLS is his destination
These will be the final weeks in Turin – and Italy – for the 37-year-old defender, who is heading to MLS.
It is not yet known which team will welcome the winner of Euro 2020. But the United States as a destination is concrete, the Chiellini family wishing to experience life there to improve their foreign language skills.
There is no shortage of offers for Chiellini in the United States. It will take a few weeks to evaluate the best option not only for economic reasons but also to decide which city is best for the family.
The 37-year-old spent 17 years in Turin winning the Serie A title nine times
Juventus will look to replace the Italian with another left-footed centre-back
Juventus will need a left-footed centre-back to replace Chiellini who will have the daunting task of forming Juventus’ new defensive wall with Matthijs de Ligt.
Chiellini can no longer be considered one of the best players for Juventus and the Italian national team.
His physical form has started to crumble and Juventus want to modernize their squad by letting their former champions go.
The Italian, who kept Harry Kane at bay in the Euro final, will fall off the national team’s radar due to his lingering injuries, which have increased in recent years, and will leave Juventus this summer – a year before the expiration of his contract. in June 2023.