With the return of Max Allegri, Juventus is now expected to offer Giorgio Chiellini a new contract, albeit with a pay cut.
The defender’s current contract will expire on June 30 and he was expected to leave, deciding whether to retire or try another experience abroad.
He turns 37 in August and is now expected to sign a new contract with Juventus that will lead him to the end of his career.
According to Calciomercato.com, he will earn less than 3.5 million euros per season.
The deal will also include a clause allowing Chiellini to become part of the club staff after his retirement in 2022.
With the departure of Gianluigi Buffon, Chiellini will become the oldest figure of Juventus in the locker room.
The Italy center-back has been on the Bianconeri squad since 2005.