Berlusconi has been offered to the milan duo, but his high salary demands have left neither club interested

Juventus striker Rafael Benadeski is likely to leave on a free transfer this summer after failing to reach an agreement on a new contract, Sempremilan reports.Juve signed the Italian striker from Fiorentina for 40 million euros in 2017, but he has failed to live up to expectations since joining the bianconeri and his contract expires this summer with no intention of renewing it.According to schilar, benadeski has been recommended for the milan duo, but there is little interest in him as his salary demands exceed the expectations of both clubs.Benadeski is hoping for a deal worth €4.5m plus bonus after tax, but he has scored just two league goals since 2019/20.Juve offered him a contract extension in December with a salary of 3 million euros plus a bonus, but the player did not accept the offer because he believed he could get more in the market.(Jaden)

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.