Juventus unlikely to sign Paredes permanently next summer

Juventus reportedly won’t be making Leandro Paredes’ move from PSG a permanent one as their clause supports that possibility.

The Bianconeri snatched Paredes from the Ligue 1 outfit this past summer on a loan deal with a conditional obligation to buy. At first, the Argentinian international’s arrival looked like an excellent move for Juventus.

Paredes did show some interesting performances early on but since the Old Lady’s 1-0 defeat against Monza, he’s losing his starting place. The Argentinian midfielder is slipping down the pecking order as Massimiliano Allegri is trusting Nicolo Fagioli and Fabio Miretti more in recent matches.

If things don’t change it’s looking unlikely that Juve will make Paredes move permanently next summer. According to La Gazzetta dello Sport(via Football Italia), the clause in the player’s deal apparently will allow the Bianconeri to return him to PSG next summer.

The obligation to buy deal apparently is related to Juve’s success in qualifying for round 16 of the Champions League. Unfortunately, the Bianconeri went out of the tournament already so they are not obliged to keep him anymore.

Initially, if Juventus do opt to keep Paredes, they must pay around €27.8m to PSG once his loan deal ends next summer.

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