Gonzalo Higuain would like to remain at Juventus and fight for his position at the club. However, the club has different plans with the Argentinian striker and for them, the player is out of the technical project of Maurizio Sarri.
For this reason, as reported by Leggo, to convince the player to accept a new destination - Roma above all - without giving up his 6.5 million euros per season salary, Juventus could pay Higuain a severance payment of about 5 million euros.
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