It is unlikely that Juventus will allow Swedish winger Dejan Kulusevski to leave the Serie A club in the upcoming January transfer window.
Since re-joining the club for the 2021/22 season, Massimiliano Allegri has not appeared to be very impressed by the youngster that Juve paid €35 million to Atalanta for in January 2020.
He has only made two starts in Serie A this season, against Napoli and Sampdoria. It was expected that he would see more minutes now that Cristiano Ronaldo is playing for Manchester United instead, but it appears to be the opposite situation.
The January transfer window is an incredibly difficult time to do business and as has been reported by TMW, Juve would only entertain the idea of letting Kulusevski leave if they knew they had another attacker coming through the door in the same month.
Kulusevski is very marketable player so he could be offloaded in a swap deal, but this type of deal is rare for January.