Juventus don’t need Gonzalo Higuain back
HIGUAIN’S parent club Juventus have no intention of bringing the Argentine back to Turin if Chelsea F.C opt against keeping him at Stamford Bridge past this season, as indicated by reports.
Il Corriere di Torino report that Higuain will not be welcome at Juventus should Chelsea decide to send him back, in spite of having a scope of alternatives to keep him past this season.
The Blues agreed to a £31.5m buy-out clause in the Argentine’s deal, however can likewise broaden his advance for a further a year for £16m.
Reports also claim the Stamford Bridge side will be obliged to keep the striker until 2020 if he hits certain goal scoring and team performance targets by May this year.
Maurizio Sarri was desperate to reunite with his former Napoli hitman, requesting that the club’s board sign him the previous summer.
Higuain bagged two goals against Huddersfield in his first full start for the Blues, however has ostensibly been stayed silent in different appearances since his January move.
And the Italian coach benched the striker for Sunday’s Carabao Cup final – the game that could have decided the beleaguered 60-year-old supervisor’s destiny.