Juve Cahill hopes could be dealt a massive blow as Chelsea plan no loans
- Cahill's contract runs out in the summer
- Juventus are allegedly considering to pen the 31-year-old to boost their defensive formation
- The player himself makes it clear he doesn't want to be a benchwarmer
- The Old Lady, meanwhile have injury crisis to deal with, so the signature of the defender would be a welcome option
- The Blues want the potential loan offers to include 100 per cent salary payments
According to the latest piece from Sportitalia, Italian news outlet, Juventus could pull off emergency signing of Chelsea's center-back. The player lacks the playing time as he has taken part in only seven games this season, while the Old Lady have grown somewhat thin in the defensive department, after losing three center-backs to injuries of different degree and gravity.
While Cahill himself seems to be all but ready to go on a loan, Chelsea will green-light the switch if the potential buyers agree to pay 100 per cent of his wages.
Cahill earns a thumping £130,000-a-week at Stamford Bridge - a hefty sum Juventus could still be capable of covering if Paratici deems it fit.
The veteran defender took part in only seven games this season and he has recently opened up on how it feels to stay out of action this season: "Sometimes you have to make those decisions to keep going and progressing. First of all the team's doing well which is the most important thing. Having been a big part of things for six years, seven years and played a huge part, not just a squad player, I'm definitely finding it difficult this year to deal with that situation."
Cahill's current market value is £9m according to Transfermarkt.