5 Active Players with the Most Goals in Juventus History

5 Active Players with the Most Goals in Juventus History

5 Active Players with the Most Goals in Juventus History



Netgenz - Netizen buzz Sport | Juventus is the most successful club in the history of Italian football. They collected the most Scudetto with 36 trophies. The Bianconeri are quite successful in European competition with 2 Champions League trophies and 3 Europa Leagues.

As far as history they have been occupied by several legendary players such as Roberto Baggio, David Trezeguet to Zinedine Zidane. Alessandro Del Piero was the top scorer in the club's lifetime, but the player has hung up his boots. And the following five players are the top scorers during the life of an actively playing club. Here's the explanation.

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Here are 5 Active Players with the Most Goals in Juventus History


1. Paulo Dybala (112 goals)

Paulo Dybala

Paulo Dybala



Paulo Dybala is Juventus' top scorer who actively plays at the Turin club. He collected 112 goals from 281 performances. The Argentinean is just 3 goals down again to equal Roberto Baggio's goalscoring record.

However, his future with Juventus is currently uncertain. His contract will expire in June 2022, but the two parties have not yet reached an agreement on a new contract. This situation makes Dybala the target of many great European clubs.

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2. Cristiano Ronaldo (101 goals)

Cristiano Ronaldo

Cristiano Ronaldo



Cristiano Ronaldo has only worn the Juventus shirt for three seasons. However, it was enough for him to break various records in Serie A. He managed to score 101 goals in 134 matches. This megastar from Portugal is the fastest Juventus player to touch 100 goals.

In the summer of 2021 the other day surprisingly he chose to return to Manchester United. His departure left a big hole in the Bianconeri's attack line. However, Juventus managed to find a successor in Dusan Vlahovic.

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3. Gonzalo Higuain (66 goals)

Gonzalo Higuain



In the summer of 2016, Juventus broke the club transfer record by bringing in Gonzalo Higuain from Napoli. He was paid 90 million euros or around Rp. 1.4 trillion.

The Argentinean became the club's new goalscoring machine with a total of 66 goals from 149 matches. However, his place has been marginalized since the arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo.

He was loaned by AC Milan and Chelsea before leaving for MLS for free in the summer of 2020. He joined David Beckham's club, Inter Miami.

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4. Alvaro Morata (55 goals)

Alvaro Morata

Alvaro Morata



Currently, Alvaro Morata wears Juventus as a loan player from Atletico Madrid for two seasons. However, he played for the Bianconeri from 2014 to 2016. So far he has scored 55 goals for Juventus from 173 matches.

Rumors spread that Juventus did not seem to have patented the former Real Madrid player. Because they have obtained Dusan Vlahovic from Fiorentina. Morata was rumored to be joining Barcelona in January the other day, and this could happen in the summer of 2022.

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5. Carlos Tevez (50 goals)

Carlos Tevez

Carlos Tevez



After pursuing a career in the Premier League with the Manchester duo, Carlos Tevez left for Juventus in the summer of 2013. He was on a short-term contract but managed to make a big impact. Tevez brought Juventus forward to the Champions League final before last losing to Barcelona.

Throughout two seasons in Turin, Tevez collected 50 goals from 96 matches. In 2015 he returned to Argentina to play for his youth club Boca Juniors. He is now 38 years old, and with no club status, ending his contract with Boca Juniors in the summer of 2021.

From the lineup of players above, only Paulo Dybala and Alvaro Morata are actively playing for Juventus. However, this has the potential to be their final season at the Allianz Phase. Because the contracts of the two players will expire in June 2022.

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