In the coming months, Juventus could cancel the contract of Gonzalo Higuain. The coronavirus pandemic is to be blamed for this shocking development, as with many other similar news of unexpected football transfers this season.
Despite trying to make contact with the forward, Tuttosport says that Juventus has not yet heard of the 32-year-old. The report suggests that Serie A leaders are now considering their options, one of which involves ending the Higuain contract with the club.
While the player has a deal until the end of next season, Juventus is said to be open to bidding until the next transfer window. All will rely on the statement made by the Italian Football Association about the potential re-start of Series A.
Before restrictions were imposed on flights due to the coronavirus pandemic, Higuain flew back to Argentina to be with his sick mother. He has been difficult to contact ever since, unwittingly putting his position in jeopardy.