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JUVENTUS considering keeping HIGUAIN as a backup

16.05.2019 20.55 by Claudio Colla  read 816
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While Chelsea are unlikely to buy him back, and signing him away on a fair price, due to his underwhelming seasonal performance, is apparently giving the club a hard time, according to latest inquiries, Juventus management, according to Corriere dello Sport, might even decide to bring Argentinian striker Gonzalo Higuain (31), and keep him as a valuable frontline backup. If so, Bianconeri are likely to ask former Real Madrid, Napoli and AC Milan hitman for a wage cut, from his current 9.5 million euros annual salary.

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