Juventus will pay 18 million for Monza's goalkeeper

Di Gregorio will sign in the coming days. He was voted the best goalkeeper in Serie A last season.

SoccerDino, Website Writer
Published: 10:47, 4 Jul 2024

Juventus' renewal under Thiago Motta will start with the goalkeeper position.

The Vecchia Signora will pay 18 million euros to Monza for goalkeeper Michele Di Gregorio. This acquisition is seen as a crucial step in strengthening the team's defense, reflecting the club's ambition to rebuild and compete at the highest levels once again.

On his way out is Szczesny, who is attracting interest from Al Nassr, Como, and Monza itself. Szczesny has been a key player for Juventus over the past few seasons, but with the arrival of Di Gregorio, his departure seems imminent as the club looks to rejuvenate its squad.

Di Gregorio began his career at Inter but never played for the first team. Instead, he gained experience through various loan spells, steadily improving and showcasing his talent. Last season, he was voted the best goalkeeper in Serie A, a testament to his outstanding performances and consistency. His impressive shot-stopping abilities, command of the penalty area, and leadership qualities have made him one of the most sought-after goalkeepers in Italy.

This move signals a significant shift for Juventus as they invest in young, talented players to build a competitive team for the future. The club's management is confident that Di Gregorio will become a cornerstone of their defense, helping them achieve their goals domestically and in European competitions.

Updated: 10:47, 4 Jul 2024