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Matthijs De Ligt in advanced negotiations to stay at Juventus till 2026

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Matthijs De Ligt could be extending his contract in the coming months, with Giorgio Chiellini confirmed to be leaving Juventus at the end of the season. The 22-year-old is expected to be the heir to Chiellini at Juventus, and a new contract would keep him committed to the club for the foreseeable future. 

The Dutchman signed for Juventus following Ajax’s sensational Champions League semi-final run in the 18/19 season. At the time, he was the captain of the club, and was among the most impressive young defenders in the world. His growth has been a little slow in Turin over the last few years, but he is still among the best in the league. 

Matthijs De Ligt to sign new contract with Juventus 

The player could be offered a new deal until June 2026 by the club to secure his future. His current deal runs until 2024, and Juventus are keen to get him to pen a new deal as soon as possible. 


According to Fabrizio Romano, the player is prepared to extend his stay at Juventus and the negotiations are now in advanced stages. Despite several top clubs across the continent monitoring his situation, it seems like Matthijs De Ligt will be going nowhere at last. 

Juventus have ended the 21/22 season trophyless, and will be looking to make improvements next year to get back to their former level right away. 

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Arsh Das
Arsh Das
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