Juventus are in talks with Argentina international Angel Di Maria, but have already selected at least five options if he rejects a move to Turin.
After his contract with PSG expires, the former Manchester United and PSG star will be a free agent. Di Maria wants a one-year contract, but Juventus, for financial reasons, would love him to stay for two seasons.
Following the exits of Paulo Dybala, Federico Bernardeschi, and, potentially, Alvaro Morata, the Bianconeri are looking to bolster their assault. Football Italia can identify the five El Fideo replacements that Continassa is considering. If Alvaro Morata does not return to Juventus in the summer, Juventus may sign Di Maria and one of these five players.
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The Roma starlet’s contract is set to expire in June 2024. The Giallorossi will not offer him a contract extension before the summer transfer market closes, but they will consider proposals for the Italy international. Roma’s asking price, though, is in excess of €50 million, and they are refusing to accept a player as part of the transaction.
A long-term Juventus target who can be had for €30-40 million. Following the purchase of Manuel Locatelli last summer, Juventus and Sassuolo have an excellent relationship. The Neroverdi, on the other hand, are reluctant to accept an initial loan offer that includes a purchase obligation for their greatest player. His contract at the Mapei Stadium expires in June 2024, and the skilled winger has been linked with a move to Milan.
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The 29-year-old winger is under contract with Eintracht Frankfurt until June 2023, so he may leave this summer on the cheap. The Bundesliga club wants €15 million for the Serbia international, whose agent, Alessandro Lucci, also represents Leonardo Bonucci and Mattia Perin of Juventus. Last week, while getting his hair cut, Kostic made a transfer hint on social media and smiled when a buddy stated Juventus would be his next club.
He is the latest winger linked with a move to Juventus, but Benfica are currently leading the race to secure his services. His contract with Shakhtar Donetsk expires in June 2025. According to A Bola, Juventus has made an offer of €10 million for the Brazilian winger.
The 21-year-old is a teammate of David Neres but doesn’t have the same experience. He’d be an investment for the future, but Juventus have set their sights on him and will likely discuss his possible signing over the coming days.