José Juan Macías is an attacker that is being wanted by many clubs from all over the world. Despite he has a reported value of $10 million, according to specialized website Transfermarkt, he could move for much less, as Chivas has axed him from the squad and wants him out soon.
The Liga MX side has decided to do so after the forward committed some undisciplined acts that were not tolerated by head coach Víctor Vucetich. With 21 years old and a contract lasting until June 2022, he has no other option that finding a club that wants to pay for his transfer and moving on.
It was rumored during the last weeks that many European clubs wanted him and one of those was Manchester City, as Pep Guardiola thought on him as an interesting signing for the future. But during the last hours OneFootball reported that Juventus is now trying to get him and will make him a better offer.
The Serie A club wants him as a prospect to the future and could offer him a salary near the $3 million, the double that what Gianluigi Buffon earns. Macías has played 59 matches during his time at Chivas, scoring 17 goals and giving no assists. During his career, he only left once, to play loaned at León FC.