Juventus are set to open their doors in January 2024, but it’s a good start to the Serie A season.
The Italian club, which risks being killed by Adrien Rabiot and one of them, must count on Paul Pogba, the doping suspect, who is looking for the strong midfield in England. Indeed, according to the Gazzetta du Sportthe Dane Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg, currently replacing at Tottenham, could join Italy during the next transfer market, especially if his sporting situation does not change at Spurs.
The target: an Italian attacker
According to information from the Gazzetta du Sport, Juventus is interested in Domenico Berardi to strengthen the offensive sector. The Sassuolo striker, often associated with Juve in the past, has remained loyal to his training club since the start of his career. In good form at the start of the season, with 4 goals and 1 passing decision in 4 matches, the Italian international, who had 25 caps, is valued at 40 million euros by his club, currently 10th in Serie A.
This year Juve boasts an already top quality roster in terms of Dusan Vlahovic, Arkadiusz Milik, Moise Kean and Federico Chiesea, the club also boasts an extra profile under the efficient leadership of Massimiliano Allegri. Domenico Berardi is interested in what he will do against Sassuolo in 2027.
In addition, a defense
According to the revelations of Sheets, Juventus Turin also recruited and defended centrally. This time, the Italian club would have its sights set on England, and more precisely on Manchester. Victor Lindelof (29), this season’s title winner at Manchester United, benefited from the absence of the Argentinian Lisandro Martinez and the physical and sporting glitches of Raphaël Varane and Harry Maguire for each regulation – 8 appearances.
For now, it is hard to believe that Man Utd would be willing to sell the 29-year-old Swede in the upcoming winter transfer window, especially if his status in the team, although temporary, does not change between now and then. Unless, of course, if the defender’s contract, which is due in 2024, is not extended. In this case, the British club could wish to sell the former Benfica player to avoid seeing him leave free six months later.