Juventus moving for Locatelli
Juventus’ number 1 target remains Locatelli, Sassuolo wants around 40mln€. Nicolò Fagioli could be part of the deal, as he would find the ideal situation to grow. [Gazzetta dello Sport]
Changes at left-back
Juventus plans to go for Gosens, while Sandro could leave the club. Bernardeschi could stay to be the back-up and also fill in other positions. [Gazzetta dello Sport]
Bentancur could leave
Bentancur is not untouchable for the club, when offers of +35mln€ come in the club is willing to sit down. [Gazzetta dello Sport]
Dybala almost back from injury
Dybala is nearing his comeback. In the last few days, the pain in his left leg is progressively decreasing; for this reason, the return set by the Bianconeri staff is expected after the national team break. [Tuttosport]
Ramsey not getting a rest
Ramsey got called up for Wales while being injured at the moment.
In case Ronaldo stays on until the end of his contract, the club will go on the look for a player who can flank Cristiano. The first name on Paratici's list is that of Arek Milik, with whom there was an agreement in principle some time ago but the deal never took off. The striker, however, has never left the bianconeri's radar, in the meantime, he signed for Marseille who, after investing 12 million euros, could make him leave after just six months.
The president of Marseille is Pablo Longoria, who was Juve's scouting manager from 2015 to 2018, so relations are excellent and there is a clause in the player's contract of about12mln. The salary is about 3,5 million euros, which would be in line with the ceiling set by the management of Juve. For all these reasons, the deal could really take off in the summer, but only if Cristiano remains in Turin.
Should Ronaldo leave, Juve will go on the market to look for 'stronger' names, at least a couple: from Icardi, already courted in the past before he moved to Psg where today he is benched by the Kean, to Aguero, whose contract expires with Manchester City; passing through Memphis Depay of Lyon, followed for over a year by Juve's observers and also with a contract expiring in June. [Gazzetta dello Sport]