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Vlahovic ready to leave Juventus in January amid Arsenal & Chelsea interest

Juventus striker Dusan Vlahovic is open to leaving Allianz Stadium in January, reports CBS Sports journalist Ben Jacobs.

The Old Lady have been embroiled in off-field controversies in recent weeks. The Italian outfit have been accused of false accounting, which led to the resignation of Andrea Agnelli and his board.

There are reports that Juve could face sporting sanctions, which has raised doubts over the futures of plenty of first-team stars.

The Turin giants are ready to cash in on Vlahovic, who they bought from Fiorentina for a fee worth around €70 million at the start of this year.

Chelsea have emerged as one of the potential suitors for the Serbian international, while Arsenal and Paris Saint-Germain are also in the race.

The Blues have been forced into the transfer market for a striker following the latest injury to Armando Broja, who may miss the rest of the season.

So are the Gunners, with Gabriel Jesus recently going under the knife for the knee injury he picked up during the World Cup 2022.

The only question is whether Juventus will allow him to leave in January or next summer.

The Bianconeri will be aiming for the Scudetto after having recovered from a poor start to climb up to third place before the World Cup break.

Vlahovic has netted six goals in ten appearances this season before missing a few games due to a groin injury.

The 22-year-old took part in the World Cup but failed to inspire Serbia to the knockout stage.

A January transfer looks implausible as Vlahovic remains a pivotal figure for Massimiliano Allegri’s side in their quest for the Scudetto.

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