How Juventus’ transfer plan changes with UEFA’s punishment


Following the confirmation of Juventus’ exclusion from European competition for the 2023-24 season by UEFA, there may be a need to change the team’s strategy in the transfer market.

The Italian club has also been hit with a €10 million fine, which could rise to €20 million if certain financial requirements are not met within the next three years.

Juventus are also expected to lose up to €80 million in revenue due to the lack of European football next season.

Given that Juve have also made significant losses for the last three financial years, largely in part due to the results of the COVID-19 pandemic, and now that they have to operate with UEFA’s financial demands on them, the club will face a tough challenge raising funds this season. reports that there will be a need to let go of some players in this transfer window.

The Old Lady will now only play in Serie A and Coppa Italia, meaning they will have 12 games less than last season.

So not only is there a need to raise funds, but there’s also a feeling that a smaller team would do the job this season.


Calciomercato writes that as a result, more new players, including the likes of Fabio Miretti, Koni De Winter and Andrea Cambiaso, will be allowed out on loan compared to previous seasons.

Big names who may have previously been considered unsellable, such as Federico Chiesa, Gleison Bremer or Dusan Vlahovic, could also now move on if suitable offers arrive before the transfer window closes.

However, Calciomercato also reports that there is still a need to bring in some new arrivals, especially those who are already established in Serie A.

For this reason, Calciomercato believes that Romelu Lukaku would make Juventus a stronger team in the league. Franck Kessie has been highlighted as the type of profile that Juve can do with in midfield as well.

Several suggestions have also been mentioned to strengthen the Bianconeri’s options, namely Monza’s Carlos Augusto and Leicester City’s Timothy Castagne.