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Juventus are in negotiations to extend Wojciech Szczesny’s contract until June 2026, provided the veteran goalkeeper accepts a pay cut. The goalkeeper is currently tied to the club until June 2025 and earns a salary of around €6.5 million net per season.
According to Tuttomercatoweb, their plan is to extend the current agreement for a further year, but with the same overall financial remuneration, which would have the effect of distributing wages more finely. This would mean raising his annual net salary to 4.5 million euros net per season. Szczesny is not opposed to the idea, as he is based in Turin and has already turned down more lucrative interest from Saudi Pro League and German champions Bayern Munich in recent months. Juve have also given up on the idea of recruiting Italian international Gianluigi Donnarumma, and have no desire to push Szczesny into early retirement.