Official: De Sciglio signs multi-year contract with Juventus

Mattia De Sciglio has officially signed a three-year contract renewal with Juventus, accepting a wage drop in order to stay in Turin.

The 29-year-old Italian full back had a tough time in Piedmont following Massimiliano Allegri’s initial departure in the summer of 2019. He hardly featured under Maurizio Sarri and was sent out on loan by Andrea Pirlo the following campaign. Since Allegri’s return last year, De Sciglio has returned to being a regular face in the Juventus squad, making 13 Serie A starts.

As announced by Juventus, De Sciglio has signed a new contract tying him to the club until 2025. He accepted a wage drop in order to renew his deal, lowering his salary from €2.7m to €1.5m net per season plus add-ons.

The Italian full back joined the Old Lady in the summer of 2017 from Milan in a deal worth around €12m. He’s made 91 appearances for the club across the last five years, for a total of 6403 minutes. In that time, he’s scored two goals and provided four assists.