THE KINGS takes a look at the biggest transfer news and rumours involving Juventus
According to Mundo Deportivo (via Calciomercatoweb), Chelsea are planning to make a move for Sporting Lisbon defender Pedro Porro, who has also been linked with Juventus.
As per the report, Chelsea are looking for a talented right-back to rotate with Reece James, and Porro’s profile matches their requirements. They could be willing to pay his release clause of €45m to sign him, which will also give them an advantage over Juventus.
According to Calciomercatoweb, Juventus are considering an exchange deal involving Moise Kean and Atletico Madrid striker Alvaro Morata.
As per the report, Juventus would’ve preferred a loan move for Morata, however, with the striker’s contract expiring next year, Atletico Madrid wouldn’t have agreed.
According to The Athletic (h/t Tuttomercatoweb), Crystal Palace star Wilfried Zaha is set to turn down Juventus and remain in England.
Zaha’s contract with Crystal Palace expires at the end of the season and it looked like he would be signing for a bigger club. However, it looks like he will be staying put at Selhurst Park.
According to the Evening Standard, Juventus are looking to compete with Barcelona for the signature of Wilfried Zaha. The talismanic forward is reaching the end of his contract at Crystal Palace and the Old Lady want to get him to Italy.
Juventus could see Dusan Vlahovic depart for England this summer and are therefore looking for alternatives for the Siberian striker.
According to IlBianconero, Juventus’ defender Daniele Rugani is receiving massive attention from Sampdoria. The Blue-circled are looking to bolster their defensive ranks with a loan move for the Italian.
With Rugani finding it difficult to make it into Max Allegri’s eleven on a constant basis, a switch away from Turin could tempt the 28-year-old. Although the Old Lady will only let-go off their player if a replacement arrives.
According to many reports, Zinedine Zidane was primed for the France national team manager position after the World Cup. However, with Didier Deschamps extending till 2026, Zidane now looks to be a club manager again.
For Juventus, this is a major boost as they see Zidane as the successor of Massimiliano Allegri. However, now
Fichajes reports, that Tottenham Hotspur also have the French legend on their radar, in case Antonio Conte doesn’t renew his contract which expires at the end of the season.
As per Calciomercatoweb, Juventus are planning a surprise summer move for Real Madrid ace Karim Benzema. Benzema’s contract with Los Blancos expires at the end of the season and Juve will hope to sign him for free.
However, the report states that the signing will only be probable if Juventus are able to secure former Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane as their coach, whom Benzema looks forward to play under.
According to Fichajes, Argentinian club Rosario Central are looking to sign Juventus veteran forward Ángel Di María. Di María is reportedly looking to move away from Juventus to continue getting more first-team action so he can play in the 2024 Copa America.
As per the report, the Argentine winger has also always wanted to end his career at Rosario Central, which could help facilitate the move.
As per Calciomercatoweb, Juventus are hoping to exchange midfielder Weston Mckennie for his Leicester City counterpart Youri Tielemans in this window.
Tielemans’ contract expires at the end of the season, while Mckennie is no longer considered crucial to the Juventus squad. The Bianconeri are hoping to exploit the former’s situation to exchange the two players.
According to Italian outlet Calciomercato, Juventus will now have to face stiff competition for Fresneda, with Real Madrid now being linked with the teenage right-back.
Ivan Fresneda, 18, has been on the radar of many top European clubs this season as he develops into one of Spain’s finest young full-backs.
The Bianconeri have been in the market for a new right back and the Spanish U-18 international one of players on their radar. However, it appears they have now lost significant ground in the race, and force the issue, which may result in them missing out on signing him.
Luca Pellegrini joined Eintracht Frankfurt on loan in the summer but has struggled to make a strong impression with Eintracht and could be sent back to Juventus in the January transfer window, six months before his loan is set to expire.
Pellegrini, 23, is under contract with Juventus until 2025 but may depart in the summer or even January if they sign a new full-back, with Lazio interested in Pellegrini’s services.
Official. Jerome Onguene returns to RB Salzburg on loan deal from Eintracht Frankfurt, valid until the end of current season. 🔴🤝🏻 #transfersNext one to leave Eintracht could be Italian left back Luca Pellegrini who’s on loan from Juventus. pic.twitter.com/gDHQjbD3ax
Jakob Kiwior is one of the best young full-backs in Serie A, and he looked impressive for Poland at the World Cup in Qatar. This sparked attention from a number of teams, including Juventus, who are looking to strengthen their squad.
The Spezia youngster has continued to perform well in Serie A, and the Bianconeri are still interested in signing him, but they are not the only team that believes he is a quality talent.
According to Tuttomercatoweb, the Pole is also garnering the interest of the German outfit RB Leipzig, who are a serious contenders for his signature.
According to Calciomercato, Adrien Rabiot has named the salary he needs to earn at Juventus to continue with the club.
The Old Lady had made a last-ditch effort to keep the French midfielder in Italy with a €7m per season offer. But Rabiot’s entourage have conveyed to the club that the veteran midfielder’s asking price currently sits at €10m per year.
According to Calciomercatoweb, Serie A giants Juventus and AC Milan are competing for the signature of Lens defender Kevin Danso.
Juventus are reportedly looking to replace Leonardo Bonucci and Daniel Rugani after their below par performances this campaign, and see Danso as the ideal profile to revamp their defense.
According to Gazzetta dello Sport (via Fichajes), Juventus are looking to convince midfielder Adrien Rabiot to stay at the club beyond next summer by making him their joint-highest-paid player. As per the report, if he accepts Juventus’ offer, Rabiot will earn up to €7m per year.
According to Calciomercatoweb, Chelsea are hoping to include midfielder Mateo Kovačić in a deal for Juventus striker Dušan Vlahović.
Chelsea are close to signing World Cup Golden Boy and Benfica midfielder Enzo Fernández and will be looking to make space in their midfield.
They also want to sign Vlahović and by including Kovačić as a part of the transfer they could reduce the financial burden on them.
Juventus have reportedly been on Lazio midfielder Sergej Milinković-Savić’s tail for the past few seasons and were in pole position to sign him in the future.
However, as per Dean Jones in conversation with GiveMeSport, Arsenal could be front-runners to sign him due to his average performances at the World Cup, which would give them a clear path to bring him to the Emirates.
As per Tutto Juve, Juventus want to sign Atletico Madrid midfielder Rodrigo de Paul on loan in January instead of paying an upfront fee of €40m for him.
Earlier reports suggest Juventus are in pole position to sign him, however, this could change since Atletico Madrid want to sell him permanently while Juve are looking for a loan deal.
According to CalcioMercato, Premier League side Bournemouth will make a bid for Juventus midfielder Weston Mckennie in the coming days.
As per the report, Mckennie is no longer wanted by Juventus who are prepared to let go of him to retain Adrien Rabiot till the end of the campaign.
As per Fabrizio Romano, Juventus and Brazil veteran left-back Alex Sandro is likely to leave Turin after his contract expires at the end of the season.
Juventus do have an option to extend his contract for another year but it’s unlikely that they do so.
According to Fichajes, Atletico Madrid and Argentina midfielder Rodrigo De Paul may most likely join Juventus in the coming week.
As per the report, Atletico Madrid will accept €40m for De Paul, which Juventus are willing to give, however, they must also ward off interest from rivals AC Milan.
A report by Tuttojuve suggests that Juventus are planning an onslaught on Atalanta by trying to sign either Joakim Maehle or Hans Hateboer.
The Italian heavyweights need reinforcements in the right-back position and both Maehle and Hateboer could fulfill the Old Lady’s requirement.
The signature of Joachim Maehle would cost the Italian club a fee of around €15m while the Dutch defender would cost €8m.
According to Calciomercatoweb, Juventus are planning a swap deal in the hope of bringing Bukayo Saka to Italy, in exchange for Dusan Vlahovic.
The English forward has been exceptional for the Premier League side and the club wants to sign the youngster to bolster their forward battery.
With Juve suffering from financial misery, the Italian giants are interested to offer Vlahovic to Arsenal. The Old Lady are aware of Gunner’s interest in the Serbian forward and are therefore adding him to the deal.
Juventus are set to miss out on Brighton and Argentina midfielder Alexis Mac Allister in the upcoming window as the Seagulls want to keep him till next season, reports Fichajes.
Mac Allister has shone for Brighton this season, and more importantly for Argentina at the World Cup. His performances have attracted interest from some of the biggest European clubs, including Juventus, however, they will only be able to sign him next summer states the report.
According to Calciomercatoweb, Juventus are considering signing Everton powerhouse Abdoulaye Doucouré on a free transfer.
The report states that Juventus see him as an ideal signing to add depth to their midfield, especially with Adrien Rabiot getting closer to an exit every passing day.
As per Calciomercatoweb, Atletico Madrid could propose a deal to swap José María Giménez for Adrien Rabiot in the next transfer window.
Rabiot is most likely on his way out of Juventus and is courted by many big European clubs including Atletico Madrid.
The report states that Giménez is looking for a new challenge and Juventus have been interested in him for many years. Therefore, the two clubs could exchange both players with one another.
Out-of-favour Juventus midfielder Weston McKennie is on the radar of Bundesliga giants Borussia Dortmund, according to Tuttosport (h/t Calciomercato).
McKennie’s underwhelming performances, as well the emergence of the likes of Fabio Miretti and Nicolò Fagioli, has put the American midfielder on the periphery.
Juve will set him for the right price, with Fabio Paratici also interested in signing the USMNT player for Tottenham Hotspur.
According to a report from Gazzetta dello Sport (h/t Calciomercato), Argentina midfielder Alexis Mac Allister has reportedly agreed on a personal terms to join Juventus.
Mac Allister was one of the stars of the World Cup and is among the most underrated players in his position across Europe. Brighton will not let the player go unless they receive an offer they cannot refuse.
Italian giants Juventus are looking to offload Polish goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny to Aston Villa. According to Italian website CMW, Szczesny has been offered to Aston Villa as a makeweight in order to lure Emi Martinez to the Old Lady – but the Polish star is not interested in a move.
According to Calciomercato via ilBianconero, Juventus will purchase Kean on permanent basis once his two-year loan stint from Everton ends at the end of the season.
The Bianconeri are also obligated to purchase him given certain performance parameters are met. Juve have already spent €7m euros on loan fees and will now have to splurge another €28m and another €3m as add-ons.
However, the report adds this purchase won’t necessarily mean that the player is part of Max Allegri’s future plans, as the club would still entertain bids in the region of €30m in the summer.
Adrien Rabiot looks set to leave Juventus sooner or later. The World Cup finalist is already one of the club’s highest earners, and the Bianconeri are not in a position to fulfil his extravagant salary demands worth €10m a year.
Juve would consider a winter cut-price sale for their asset, but a summer exit remains the most likely possibility.
According to la Gazzetta dello Sport via Calciomercato, Juventus still plan to replace Rabiot with their long-standing transfer target, Lazio’s midfield commander, Sergej Milinkovic-Savic.
The Bianconeri have been “obsessed” with the Lazio star over the past few seasons, and have reportedly allocated a transfer kit worth €40 millions for the 27-year-old, plus a salary of €6 million per year. Will it, however, be enough to persuade Lazio president Claudio Lotito to cut ties with his most valued asset remains to be seen.
Juventus are interested in the services of young Real Valladolid right-back Ivan Fresneda as they view him the perfect long-term replacement for Juan Cuadrado, but they know that he has other admirers as well on top of the hefty €30 million price-tag slapped on his head by the Spanish outfit.
According report from Calciomercato, the Bianconeri have lined up Manchester United’s Diogo Dalot as an alternative target.
The Red Devils have just activated an automatic one-year extension to his current deal to keep him until 2024. However, that hasn’t fazed Juve from weighing up a move for him if they cannot get Fresneda down the line.
As per Calciomercatoweb, Barcelona hope to exchange right-back Héctor Bellerín for Juventus midfielder Adrien Rabiot.
Bellerín’s contract expires at the end of the season, and Barcelona don’t look to extend his stay. They instead hope to use him to procure Rabiot who is also likely to leave Juventus due to his contract expiring next summer.
However, the report states that Juventus are not looking forward to this swap despite their interest in Bellerín.
According to Calciomercatoweb, Atletico Madrid boss Diego Simeone is willing to offer forward João Félix for Juventus striker Dušan Vlahović.
Both forwards’ future at their respective clubs is uncertain, with Simeone feeling Vlahović’s profile suits his tactics perfectly. As per the report, he feels an exchange is ideal for both parties, since the players’ valuation is very similar.
Calciomercato via ilBianconero has reported that Juventus’ pursuit of left-back Alex Grimaldo could be successful with the Spanish defender refusing to extend his contract with Benfica.
The Eagles are looking to offer Grimaldo a contract renewal but the player has refused to put pen to paper. With Alex Sandro leaving Turin, Grimaldo could be an ideal replacement for the Old Lady.
Italian publication Calciomercato has reported that Juventus have been relayed the price of transfer target Mohammed Kudus.
The Ghanaian international proved to be a headache for the opposition in the World Cup in Qatar and could be a useful resource for the struggling Italian giants.
The Old Lady will have to meet Ajax’s asking price of €45m if they want to sign Kudus from the Dutch club.
Juventus could end up signing long-standing target Kalidou Koulibaly, with Chelsea reportedly set to cut loose £33 million flop after dismal start to the season.
That’s according to Calciomercato, who reports that the Blues have not been impressed by the Senegalese powerhouse’s performance so far and are prepared to sell him as early as January.
Juve are still in the market for a new defensive addition despite signing Gleison Bremer from Torino to replace long-serving captain Giorgio Chiellini.
However, the Bianconeri also sold Matthijs de Ligt to Bayern Munich last summer, which left them short in numbers at the back. And they could now revisit their interest in former Napoli star Koulibaly.
According to Calciomercatoweb, Juventus are interested in signing Belgium and Leicester City midfielder Youri Tielemans to replace soon-to-be out-of-contract Adrien Rabiot.
Reportedly, Rabiot has no intention of extending with Juventus beyond 2023. Similarly, Tielemans’ contract with Leicester City expires at the end of this season, with the Belgian unlikely to renew.
Angel Di Maria has put to bet the rumors of him leaving Juventus in January. The Argentine World Cup winner is set to complete the current season in Serie A with Juventus and will decide his future after that, according to Fabrizio Romano.
Ángel Di María has no plans to leave Juventus in January and it was never considered as an option even before the World Cup, despite fake stories. ⚪️🇦🇷 #JuveDi María will complete the season in Serie A and then he will decide his future in the next months. pic.twitter.com/C3FpIb7Mql
Matias Soule is currently one of Juventus’s promising young players, and he needs to start playing more often to help him progress and realise his full potential.
However, with Max Allegri more concerned on using the seasoned players at his disposal, he might have to move away from Turin to further his career, either on loan or permanent move.
According to Tuttomercatoweb, teams are circling around the young attacker. Sampdoria is the first club to express an interest in acquiring him. Spezia, though, have also joined the transfer race.
Juventus are interested in signing wantaway Bayern defender Benjamin Pavard, and they have been handed a significant boost in the Frenchman’s pursuit.
La Liga leaders Barcelona had also been eager on a move for him, and the Catalans were considered as the front-runners for his signature.
However, according to a report on Calciomercato, the Catalans will no longer pursue his services and have shifted their focus to Thomas Meunier of Borussia Dortmund.
That means Juve will now have a clear run for Pavard and bring the 2018 World Cup winner to the Allianz Stadium as early as next month.
Calciomercato has revealed that Juventus could have an amazing opportunity to sign Chelsea’s midfield duo of Jorginho and Kante next season.
With the Blues vying for younger players in the transfer market, it looks like both Jorginho and Kante could be shown the exit door.
And with the Old Lady struggling financially, the Italian giants would want to capitalize on the opportunity to sign them.
Juventus have been reportedly told to cough up €15 million to sign Danish wing-back Joakim Maele from Atalanta in the January transfer window.
That’s according to a report by Italian publication Tuttomercatoweb, who claims the Bianconeri now know how much they need to shell out in order to sign long-standing target next month.
Previously deemed an “untouchable” commodity by the Bergamo outfit, Atalanta are open to selling their prized asset now, and have slapped a €15 million price tag on the Denmark international, making it an affordable pursuit for Juve.
Juventus are happy with striker Arkadiusz Milik so far and intend to make the loan move permanent at the end of the season if he continues to perform well, according to Calciomercato.
Bianconeri want to wait till the end of the season before making a decision, but as things stands, Milik might be signed permanently.
According to Italian journalist Massimo Brambati, Exor and Agnelli would be willing to hear offers for Juventus next season.
The Italian club have been incurring massive losses and therefore the parent company could be prepared to sell the Old Lady.
With the club’s financial situation continuously deteriorating it looks like Exor and Agnelli family will transfer ownership at the end of the season.
“I also had the news that the property can sell Juventus. It is Exor’s only loss-making asset. And I had this news like others, of a sale to a Qatari or American fund, which could materialize in summer 2023”. Brambati elaborated to Tuttojuve.
Juventus midfielder Weston McKennie hasn’t enjoyed much during his time in Turin and the club is ready to part ways with the USA international in the coming windows.
According to a report from La Stampa (h/t Football Italia), Bianconeri have set the asking price for McKennie at €25-30 million.
It remains to be seen if any clubs will approach Juve during the January transfer window keeping in mind the current price tag.
Juventus academy centre-back Dean Huijsen, labelled as the next ‘Matthijs de Ligt,’ is set to sign a new contract with the Bianconeri.
Bayern Munich and Barcelona have been keeping tabs on the lanky 17-year-old Dutchman, but Juve want to keep the promising centre-back beyond 2024.
Debut day for Dean Huijsen with Juve. Born in 2005, centre back, he decided for Juventus move over many other proposals. ⚪️ #JuventusBayern and Barça are following Hujisen for the future but Juventus will meet his agents to discuss new contract, current one expires in 2024. pic.twitter.com/opG8hvneA0
Ansu Fati reportedly needs a change of surroundings, with Juventus showing massive interest in signing the Barcelona forward, according to Calciomercatoweb.
The Bianconeri can sign the player for €80 million and will be keen to add the player to their team as they aim to return to Europe’s elite. Fati, meanwhile, would like to be in a team where he has much of the spotlight and gets trusted with more minutes and prominence.
According to a report from Corriere dello Sport, via Tuttojuve, Juventus have accepted the fact that Adrien Rabiot’s departure is merely a question of when instead of if, and have set an asking price of around €10-15 million for a sale in January.
Rabiot’s contract with Juve will end at the end of the season and it’s all but confirmed at the Frenchman won’t be renewing with the Old Lady. Clubs from England and Spain have reportedly expressed interest in signing the midfielder.
According to Calciomercatoweb, Juventus are considering replacing Juan Cuadrado with Croatia and Celtic right-back Josip Juranović.
Juranović has impressed many clubs with his performances at the World Cup, therefore it will not be easy for Juventus to sign him with so much competition.
According to Calciomercatoweb, Juventus are considering making a move for Argentina and Sevilla right-back Gonzalo Montiel to replace Juan Cuadrado.
Montiel has come into the limelight with his World Cup-winning penalty for Argentina, however, has shown defensive solidity for both club and country.
According to Calciomercatoweb, Chelsea are hoping to swap out-of-favour and currently out-on-loan striker Romelu Lukaku for Juventus striker Dušan Vlahović.
Lukaku’s days are more or less over at Chelsea, with the striker currently on loan at former club Inter Milan. Instead of selling him permanently to Inter, the Blues are hoping to use him as a part of the deal to sign Vlahović who reportedly is considering a move away from Juventus next season.
90min has reported that Juventus will look to ramp up its effort to retain Adrien Rabiot at Juventus.
The Italian club signed Paul Pogba from Manchester United but the French midfielder’s return to Turin has been shrouded with injuries.
And with the club struggling financially, they’ll look to keep Rabiot tied to Juventus to fill the hole left by Pogba in the eleven.
Juventus have reportedly extended the contract of Samuel Iling Junior at Turin, according to transfer pundit Fabrizio Romano. The English wonderkid has extended his contract with the Italian giants until 2025 and will be part of the first team where he will be nurtured.
Official, confirmed. Samuel Iling Jr has signed a new contract with Juventus valid until June 2025, as revealed weeks ago. ⚪️⚫️🏴 #JuventusIling Jr is doing excellent and he will be part of the first team. pic.twitter.com/Mc3ztiQJzk
According to Tuttomeractoweb, Croatia’s World Cup hero Dominik Livakovic is attracting interest from Juventus.
The Croatian shot-stopper guided his country to another semi-final with exemplary performance in the penalty shootout against Brazil in Qatar.
And since then, Livakovic’s stocks have sky-rocketed with Juve looking to cash in on this opportunity.
The Old Lady are hunting for Szczesny’s successor, and they think Livakovic could be an ideal candidate.
According to Calciomercatoweb, Juventus are interested in signing France and AS Monaco midfielder Youssouf Fofana to bolster their midfield.
Reportedly, Paul Pogba, Adrien Rabiot, and Leandro Paredes are all set to leave Juventus by the end of the season. They are hoping to sign Fofana, who is valued at €35m, to build their new midfield for the coming future.
According to Fichajes, PSG is plotting a swap deal for Juventus’ striker Dusan Vlahovic in exchange for Renato Sanches.
The Old Lady bought the Serbian striker after his exemplary goal-scoring touch for Fiorentina.
But with Juventus in massive financial trouble and multiple European clubs chasing Vlahovic, Max Allegri would be interested to sell the forward to cash in on the occasion.
Along with that with Pogba injured and Rabiot on the verge of leaving, Renato Sanches could be a useful addition.
According to a report from JuveFC, Juventus are eyeing a switch of Real Madrid flop Isco. The Spanish international has failed to constantly break into Carlo Ancelotti’s eleven and has fallen down the pecking order with the arrival of young blood.
With Juventus struggling financially, they could compete for Isco as the Spaniard could replace Adrien Rabiot.
According to Il Bianconero, Juventus are interested in Real Valladolid’s 18-year-old wonderkid Ivan Fresneda as a replacement for Juan Cuadrado. The Italian heavyweights are ready to make their main right-back from next season to get ahead of competition for the Spanish sensation’s signature.The 18-year-old has enjoyed a breakout season for Real Valladolid, having played six times thus far in La Liga. He has impressed while playing right back and has sparked a lot of curiosity.
According to a report on Calciomercato.it, La Liga giants Atletico Madrid are reportedly weighing up a swap deal involving Saul Niguez to sign 2018 World Cup winner and 2022 World Cup finalist Adrien Rabiot from Juventus.
The Frenchman is in the final year of his current contract, and this has been his best season output-wise in Turin.
Atletico Madrid are interested in him and might be one of his many suitors at the end of the season, but they are planning to skip the competition by signing him next month and are prepared to offer like-for-like replacements in Saul Niguez.
Juventus have been linked with a move for Evan Ndicka in recent months, but will now have to fend off additional competition to secure his services next summer.
Inter, Roma, and Juventus are all keeping an eye on the situation of Eintracht Frankfurt defender Evan Ndicka with a view to a possible free transfer next summer.
That’s according to Calciomercato, who report that the Frenchman is a target for all three of the Serie A trio as well as the Bianconeri.
Ndicka’s current contract with Eintracht expires at the end of June 2023, and no new contract has been agreed upon as of yet.
According to Calciomercato, Juventus have set their sights on Bayern Munich star Marcel Sabitzer, who could be sold at the end of the season if the Bavarians purchase RB Leipzig midfielder Konrad Laimer in the summer.
The report adds the Bianconeri view him one of the players who could replace wantaway star Adrien Rabiot should the Frenchman decide to leave the Allianz Stadium at the close of this season.
According to transfer expert Fabrizio Romano, Serie A league leaders Napoli have reportedly beaten Juventus in the race to sign Sampdoria and Poland right-back Bartosz Bereszynski.
Calciomercato recently reported that the Bianconeri are keen to add the 30-year-old right-back to their squad in January. But will now have to realign their radar elsewhere in search of full-back reinforcements, with the club unlikely to extend Alex Sandro, Danilo, and Juan Cuadrado’s contract at the Allianz Stadium.
Napoli are set to sign Polish right back Bartosz Bereszynski from Sampdoria, it’s almost done. He will be the backup option as Di Lorenzo remains starter. 🔵🇵🇱🤝🏻 #transfersDeal will include Zanoli and Contini as part of the negotiation, as @DiMarzio reports. pic.twitter.com/4UJx9jGAj6
Juventus have been busy handing out new deals to some of the important players lately, including tying down in-demand English prodigy Samuel-illing Junior. Manuel Locatelli will be next in line for contract talks with the Bianconeri.
According to Calciomercato, Juventus are planning to extend Locatelli’s deal during the summer. The Turin club wants to make sure that the Italian midfielder spends his peak years at the Allianz Stadium and are looking to tie him down to a new long-term contract.
The 24-year-old’s current deal is set to expire in 2025. The club intends to open talks about an extension as soon as they pay the first instalment of his transfer fee in early 2023.
Juventus have reached an important transfer decision. They will reinforce their backline with the signing of Spezia’s Jakob Kiwior instead of RB Salzburg’s Strahinja Pavlovic.
Per Calciomercato, Juve had the two young centre-backs on their radar, but won’t be able to acquire both. Bianconeri believe Kiwior is the best bet for both the present and the future.
Juventus’ plans for next summer might face huge obstacles as Jorginho, who has been heavily touted to leave Chelsea for free at the end of the season, has entered in contract extension talks with the Blues, according to Tuttomercatoweb.
The Bianconeri were poised to sign the Italian midfield metronome on a free, but it seems like he is edging closer to extending his stay at the Stamford Bridge.
Juventus are going to battle for Benfica youngster Cher Ndour’s signing with Manchester United, according to Calciomercato.
The Italy U20 player has yet to appear for Benfica’s first team, but his performances with Benfica B have done enough to convince the two European heavyweights that he is one of the bright talents for the future.
Juventus are ready to sell their Serbian talisman Dušan Vlahović next summer if an offer in the region of €80-90 million arrives, according to a report from Calciomercatonews.
The same report further states that the Bianconeri are targeting Lille forward Jonathan David, who has been prolific in the Ligue 1, to replace Vlahović. The Canadian striker will cost around €45-50 million as Juve plan a summer overhaul.
Juventus are monitoring Benfica’s left-back Alex Grimaldo in the summer transfer window, according to Tuttosport.
The Spanish defender is out of contract in Portugal at the end of the season, and despite Benfica’s multiple efforts to renew it, Grimaldo has ignored all the deals. With Juve looking for reinforcements in defense, Grimaldo could me a great addition.
Despite AS Roma’s stance that Serie A star Nicolo Zaniolo is not available for sale, Juventus have not given up on securing their long-term target’s services.
The Giallorossi have been in negotiations with his entourage about extending his contract, which expires in 2024, but extension talks at the Stadio Olimpico have reportedly stalled.
According to Tuttomercatoweb, Roma are poised to meet with his entourage again, but they are aware that Juve are waiting on wings to pounce as a long-term heir to Angel Di Maria if they don’t act quickly to tie him down on a new deal.
Juventus are still capable of enticing the Italian star, and Roma wants to ensure they have safeguarded Zaniolo’s future before the Bianconeri make their first move.
Although it’s not yet official, Fabrizio Romano has claimed that young English attacker Samuel Illing-Junior has put pen to paper on a four-year deal with Juventus until 2027.
The 19-year-old’s existing deal is set to expire at the end of the season, but Juventus are eager to retain him after his fine start to life in their first team in recent weeks.
Done, confirmed. English talent Samuel Iling Jr has now signed new deal with Juventus, been told it will be a four year contract. ⚪️⚫️🤝🏻 #JuventusIling Jr was already part of the first team and will remain there as Allegri is happy with his performances. pic.twitter.com/GeCG87tVDc
Juventus have shortlisted Torino defender Wilfried Singo as one of their main transfer targets for next summer, according to Calciomercato.
Singo at 21 has become one of the most solid centre-backs in Italy. With his contract expiring in 2024, Torino will demand a big fee if they are to sell the player to their cross-city rivals.
Juventus have identified Argentine goalkeeper Emiliano Martinez as a potential successor to Wojciech Szczesny, according to CMW.
The Argentine goalkeeper has been superb playing for Aston Villa and is enjoying a fantastic World Cup. La Albiceleste’s quarter final hero will not be an easy buy for Juve, with his price about to sky-rocket.
And with multiple clubs chasing Martinez’s signature he would want to take a step-up in his career and Turin could be a perfect place for him.
Juventus have been handed a massive blow as Antonio Conte, their top target for the managerial chair at Turin, is expected to renew his contract with Tottenham Hotspurs, according to The Athletic.
The Italian tactician was linked to a move back to the Old Lady with whom he won three successive Serie-A titles.
But the North London outfit are prepared to extend Conte’s tenure while also want him to offer a significant pay rise.
According to Tuttosport, Juventus have asked Dusan Vlahovic’s intentions as several European clubs are circling around the forward.
The Serbian striker joined the Old Lady in 2022 and has been an influential force in front of goal.
But now several European elites are planning an onslaught on Juventus for Vlahovic, and the Italian outfit are waiting for an answer from Vlahovic regarding his future so that they can make decision.
According to the Mirror, Juventus are looking to raid Chelsea for their star English midfielder Mason Mount. The Old Lady are looking to trade three players to in-exchange for the Three Lions’ starlet.
Paredes, Mckennie, and Rabiot are the three players who could be part of the swoop deal between the two clubs.
Mount’s contract at Chelsea expires soon and the extension talks between the two parties have been continuously stalled, and Juventus want to capitalize on this to bolster their midfield.
Juventus are alert to market opportunities and are targeting free agents. The Bianconeri are reportedly interested in Leicester City’s Youri Tielemans who is at the end of his contract at the end of this season, according to reports in the Corriere di Torino via ilBianconero.
According to Givemesport (via CaughtOffside), West Ham will look to pry away France and Juventus midfielder Adrien Rabiot from Turin.
Rabiot’s contract expires next summer, with Juventus looking to sell him in January. West Ham will reportedly face competition from local rivals Arsenal, and Liverpool for the midfielder’s signing.
According to CalcioMercato, Juventus have been handed a major boost in their attempts to sign Portuguese left-back Raphaël Guerreiro with Borussia Dortmund deciding not to renew his contract which expires in 2023.
Juventus eye Guerreiro as the perfect replacement for ageing left-back Alex Sandro, and may now be one step closer to bringing him to Turin.
Alexis Mac Allister has been impressive for Argentina at the World Cups and has caught the attention of top clubs across Europe. According the Fichajes, Juventus are keen on the player and face competition from Tottenham, Inter and Atletico Madrid.
The Serbian striker hasn’t found his goal scoring touch playing for Juventus but his capabilities are unknown to none, according to TuttoJuve.
Considering both Arsenal and Chelsea are looking for a striker to lead their forward battery, Vlahovic could be an ideal addition.
While the Italian outfit will either aim to garner a large amount from this deal or get a player in exchange considering their massive financial struggles. It’ll be crucial to see if Juventus can fend-off this pressure if they wanna tie Vlahovic to Turin.
Calciomercato has claimed that Juventus have set a price tag for their American midfielder worth €30m.
Weston Mckennie is reportedly on the verge of leaving Turin at the end of the summer, and the Italian heavyweights have set an asking price for the player’s potential suitors.
Chelsea, Aston Villa, Tottenham, and Borussia Dortmund are all competing for the 24-year-old’s signature.
As per TuttoJuve, Juventus are closely monitoring the contract situation of Roma’s centre-back Chris Smalling. The 33-year-old joined Roma in 2019 and is reaching the end of his stint with the Italian club with Juventus chasing his siganture.
The England international has reformed himself since his arrival in Italy, and Juventus are prepared to bring him on-board. The Old Lady are looking to offer Smalling a deal more than €3.5m to lure him to Turin.
According to Calciomercatoweb, Juventus are hoping to swap striker Dušan Vlahović for Atletico Madrid forward João Félix. Vlahović has had a rough start to the season with injury issues and inconsistent performances.
Félix on the other hand is no longer wanted by Atletico Madrid who hope to move on from him.
Both strikers are admired by each other’s clubs, and a swap between the two could see Atletico Madrid and Juventus beat the rest of the competition.
According to Fichajes, Juventus are eyeing a possible move for Portugal and Borussia Dortmund left-back Raphaël Guerreiro next season.
Guerreiro has impressed for Portugal at the World Cup with 1 goal and 2 assists. With his contract expiring with Borussia Dortmund in 2023, and no signs of an extension, Juventus could land him on a free transfer, thus replacing an ageing Alex Sandro.
According to journalist Massimo Pavan(via Sports Witness), Manchester City want to sign Juventus’ on-loan youngster Nicolo Ravella for a fee of €30m.
Ravella was loaned to Monza for further development and it looks like he has been noticed by Manchester City. With Juventus struggling financially, they wouldn’t mind letting go of the player on a permanent basis.
France World Cup star Adrien Rabiot has expressed his desire to play in the Premier League amidst rumors that he might be leaving Juventus, according to Fabrizio Romano.
Rabiot’s contract in Turin expires at the end of the summer and a move away from the Old Lady looks inevitable with several Premier League clubs chasing his signature.
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Rabiot on future as contract expires in June: “Premier League attracts me. I’ve always said I’d like to play there — will it be at the end of my contract at Juve? I don’t know”. 🔴🇫🇷 #transfers“I don’t have favorite team in England, no team where I’d necessarily like to play”. pic.twitter.com/9OueJbqfaZ
According to Tuttosport, Juventus are considering a move for Real Valladolid’s promising right-back Ivan Fresneda in the upcoming transfer window.
The Italian giants view Fresneda as a replacement for the departing Juan Cuadrado, with the Columbian on the verge of leaving Turin. Fresneda would cost the Old Lady €15m plus bonuses and the club are willing to sell Weston Mckennie to fund the transfer.
Juventus might not be able to sign Rick Karsdorp from Roma on loan as the Giallorossi only intend to let the player leave on a permanent transfer, according to Tuttomercatoweb.
This comes across as a major hurdle for the Bianconeri, who were hoping to sign the Dutch right-back on loan with an option to make the move permanent at the end of the season.
Napoli have made a serious offer to sign Spezia centre-back Jakob Kiwior, leaving Juventus behind in the race.
Per Football Italia, Milan, along with Juventus, are interested in signing the player, but Napoli have edged their Serie A counterparts as they believe they hold the upper hand now.
Spezia want €20 million plus add-ons, and Napoli are ready to match that offer in January.
Juventus are losing out on the signing of Ajax sensation Mohammed Kudus, according to Tuttomercatoweb.
The report states that the player wants to move to the Premier League and is close to signing for Tottenham Hotspur, who are ready to pay €40 million for the Ghanaian international.
According to Tuttojuve, Lazio are eyeing a move for Juventus loanee Luca Pellegrini in the upcoming January transfer market window.
Pellegrini has been on loan at Eintracht Frankfurt in Bundesliga, but hasn’t made much impact over there. Juve have been considering recalling the player for the second half of the season, but could end up loaning the player to Lazio in hopes of the 23-year-old left-back getting some much-needed playing time.
As per Calciomercatoweb, Juventus are considering making a move for West Ham and Brazil midfielder Lucas Paquetá to reinforce their midfield.
Paquetá hasn’t performed up to expectations for West Ham and they may be looking to cash out on him after his impressive World Cup performances.
Juventus will only make a move for the Brazilian in case Adrien Rabiot doesn’t renew his contract by the end of the season.
According to El Nacional, Juventus are interested in signing Real Madrid veteran Toni Kroos once his contract expires at the end of the season.
Kroos has attracted the interest of many clubs with there being no indication that he renews with Real Madrid. Juventus see him as an ideal candidate to bring the experience and quality needed to make them competitive in Europe again.
Juventus have joined the likes of Aston Villa and Fulham in the pursuit of Barcelona’s unsettled midfielder Franck Kessie, according to Mundo Deportivo (via ilbianconero.com).
The former AC Milan man could return to the Serie A if Juve pounce on the opportunity to sign him.
Roma castaway Rick Karsdorp will not be sold for less than €10 million, according to Sky Sport (via TuttoJuve).
Juventus have been monitoring the right-back’s situation for some while now, and want to swoop in for the Dutch, but will have to pay the full €10 million that the Giallorossi are demanding.
As per English media outlet the Express, Juventus are competing for the signature of Borussia Dortmund defender Thomas Meunier.
The 31-year-old could be a perfect fit in Max Allegri’s backline with the Old Lady on the verge of losing multiple defenders.
Although Barcelona and Manchester United are eyeing a move for Meunier, Juventus would like to persuade the veteran to move to Italy and try a new challenge.
Juventus are currently vying for the signature of Empoli’s goalkeeper Guglielmo Vicario, according to Tuttomercatoweb. The Gli Azzuri’s shot-stopper has emerged as one of the biggest goalkeeping prospects in Italy and is being circled around by other Italian heavyweights as well.
Although Juventus need to present a deal soon for Vicario because Jose Mourinho’s Roma are also ramping up their pursuit of the young goalkeeper.
According to Football Italia, Juventus have entered the race to sign Benfica’s young center-back Antonio Silva.
The Portuguese defender has had some magnificent outings in the Champions League and domestic competitions for Benfica.
And owing to his jaw-dropping performances Silva also earned himself a ticket to Qatar. Now Juventus want to bring the young defender to Turin to bolster Max Allegri’s backline.
According to Corriere Dello Sport, Juventus are one of the many clubs looking to lure RB Leipzig and Croatia defender Joško Gvardiol.
Gvardiol is already showing signs of being a world-class defender despite only being 20 years old and after his World-Cup performances, many clubs are monitoring him.
However, in order to bring him to Turin, not only would Juventus have to bid big, but also ward off interest from Real Madrid and Chelsea.
Juventus are keen on Denmark’s Joakim Maehle. According to reports in Tuttosport, Bianconeri see Maehle as a versatile option and want to bring the Atalanta wingback to Turin.
They will have to sell before they can buy and Weston McKennie could be the player on the chopping board with Spurs circling for the player.
Thomas Meunier, who has been linked to a move to Barcelona, will start considering Juventus’ proposals since his purported move to the Camp Nou now appears to be a remote possibility.
The Bianconeri are keen to bring a new right-back to Turin who can rotate with Juan Cuadrado and even possibly replace him as the first choice right-back when the Colombian leaves the club.
According to Mundo Deportivo, Manchester United two London-based clubs, AC Milan are also reportedly keeping an eye on Meunier’s situation.
Juventus have reportedly reached total agreement over a new long-term contract for teenage English sensation Samuel Iling-Junior.
The 19-year-old talented forward joined the Bianconeri from Chelsea’s youth ranks in the summer of 2020 in a deal worth around €130,000, penning a three-year contract at the time.
Iling-Junior broke into the Juventus first team this season under Max Allegri, providing two assists in his three appearances across all competitions.
Juventus have reached full agreement Samuel Iling Junior to sign new deal valid until June 2027. 🚨🏴 #JuveNew contract expected to be done and sealed soon, as reported ⤵️ https://t.co/nGaMVv7dRl
Filippo Ranocchia, who plays for Monza in Serie A, has emerged as one of Juventus’ top loanees this season. The youngster has spent the last two seasons on loan from the club in order to gain further valuable experience.
He is helping Monza in establishing itself in Serie A after the club struggled with the rigours of top-flight football at the start of the campaign after promotion from Serie B.
According to Calciomercato, the Bianconeri will cut his loan spell short at Monza in January. They do not plan to keep him in Turin, and deny him first-team chances as they boast several promising midfielders in their ranks.
They will find him a new loan destination where he can get more senior football experience for the second half of the season.
Juventus are keen to bring Chelsea goalkeeper Edouard Mendy to the Allianz Stadium next summer. That’s according to Tutto Juve, who claim the Bianconeri are ‘focused on next summer’ as they look to assemble a squad capable of competing for all trophies.
The report adds that Juve will try to bolster the keeper position ‘at all costs’ next summer. That is despite Polish number one Wojciech Szczesny, who is under contract with Juventus until the summer of 2024, being in excellent form for club and country.
With Mendy’s contract set to expire in June 2025, Chelsea are looking to demand €40 million, however they may accept a proposal closer to the £22 million they paid Rennes to acquire him in 2020.
Leandro Paredes’ future at Juventus is up in the air as Massimiliano Allegri is not convinced with his performances, according to Nicolo Schira.Juve have the buy option to make his loan deal into a permanent one, but the Bianconeri are having second thoughts regarding the player’s future, and apparently, they can send him back to parent club Paris Saint-Germain at the end of the season.
Juventus added the 28-year-old to their squad last summer to add quality in the middle of the park. Many expected him to be one of the first names on the team sheet under Max Allegri, especially as Paul Pogba is still injured, however that hasn’t been the case and he has struggled for starts.
The future of Leandro #Paredes at #Juventus is in a major doubt. #Juve are not satisfied with his performances. #Bianconeri are not convinced to use the option to buy (€22,6M) from #PSG at the end of the season. #transfers
Pulisic spent a lot of time warming the bench at Chelsea prior to the World Cup, but his performance on the biggest stage are putting him in the spotlight and could help him earn a move away from the London side.Juventus are one of the teams interested in signing the USMNT international, but the transfer will be difficult one to facilitate.
According to Calciomercato, although Juve have a genuine interest in the player, they are set to face defeat in his pursuit, with the 23-year-old closer to joining Erik ten Hag’s Manchester United insted.
Juventus have been on the lookout for a new right back in the last few weeks as they look to add some depth to the role and lay down the succession plan with Juan Cuadrado into the final six months of his current Juve deal.
The Bianconeri are casting a wide net to find the right profile. The latest name added to the mix is Sampdoria’s experienced defender Bartosz Bereszynski, as reported by Calciomercato, the 30-year-old Polish full-back is well-liked by Juventus, who have been watching him as he plays at the ongoing World Cup.
Bereszynski is an established member of the Poland national team and has played in all their three group games so far as they have recently qualified for the last-16.
Former Juventus goal-machine and club icon David Trezeguet says the club will always be his home and that he is willing to return if needed as part of the new leadership group after sensational mass resignation at the Allianz.
The Frenchman netted more than 150 goals for the Bianconeri between 2000 and 2010. He became a cult figure after deciding to remain with the squad after they were demoted in 2006.
Regarding a potential reunion with the club, Trezeguet tells Calciomercato:
“For Juve, I am there: if he calls me back, I will come back. I strongly believe that former players should play an important role in clubs. There are other people who have to decide, but I think I can be useful: I met Juve on the pitch and at the desk. Del Piero, Chiellini, Buffon and Marchisio all gave Juve a lot and are suitable for different roles. Each has its own specificity. My club model is Bayern Monaco: clear ideas, a link with the past given by former players, a serious project.”
Juventus are reportedly set to face stiff competition from Bayern Munich in the race to sign Atalanta talent Giorgio Scalvini as the 18-year-old becomes the latest prospect to come out of La Dea’s conveyer belt.
Scalvini has emerged as one of Italy’s most promising young defenders in the last season or so, attracting the attention of Juventus.
The Bianconeri feel he has the potential to become a world-class player, but they are not the only team interested in signing him at the moment. Inter Milan are their biggest rival for his signature.
Now, Bayern Munich have also jumped on the bandwagon of suitors after his services. That’s according to a report by Football Italia, which claims Bayern Munich have been monitoring him and would like to bring him to the German Bundesliga.
Juventus have received a major boost in their pursuit of Marco Asensio, with Real Madrid scouring to replace the forward.
The Bianconeri have been interested in signing the Spaniard since last season, but he was intent on extending his contract at Santiago Bernabeu.
Los Blancos have met with his representatives, but both sides have yet to come to an agreement, and Juventus could look to pounce on the tricky contract situation.
According to Tuttomercatoweb, Madrid are no longer interested in keeping Asensio and have already started looking for a replacement, with Bayern Munich’s Leroy Sane on their radar.
Exor CEO John Elkann has confirmed that Massimiliano Allegri will continue to be at the helm at Juventus inspite of the resignation by the board.
“[Allegri] is a key part of Juventus project and we trust him to win again,” Elkann declared.
John Elkann officially confirms that Massimiliano Allegri will not be leave the club as he’s “key part of Juventus project and we trust him to win again”, statement explains. 🚨⚪️⚫️ #JuveFollowing Agnelli, Nedved and club’s board decision to resign, Allegri will stay. pic.twitter.com/IfWe0vI6Qn
While Juventus already have a multi-rightback shortlist ready to rotate with – and probably replace – Juan Cuadrado, they are also not ruling out recalling Andrea Cambiaso, who is on loan at Bologna. This comes from a report by Gazzetta dello Sport (via JuventusNews24).
Primarily a left-back, the 22-year-old Italian can also play on the right side of the defence if required.
Exor, the holding company of the Agnelli family, have chosen Gianluca Ferrero to be the new president of Juventus following the resignation by the board, per journalist Romeo Agresti.
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Tottenham Hotspur coach Antonio Conte wants to sign a midfielder in the January transfer window and is interested in signing Juventus’ Weston McKennie.
That comes from a report by Tuttosport, who further claim that they would also consider the option to sign Adrien Rabiot if they cannot acquire McKennie.
In what has come out as a shock, the entire Juventus board, including chairman Andrea Agnelli and director Pavel Nedvěd, have resigned.
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Juventus are reportedly still hoping to buy Gabriel Magalhaes from Arsenal, according to Football London.
Recently, the Brazilian centre-back renewed his contract with the Gunners, keeping him with the team through 2027.
Juventus are in search of a right-back who can deputise, or even replace, Juan Cuadrado, and have shortlisted two more players who could meet their requirements.
The Bianconeri already have Real Madrid’s Alvaro Odriozola and Roma’s Rick Karsdorp on their radar, but, according to Tuttomercatoweb, Atalanta’s Joakim Mæhle and Torino’s Wilfried Singo are the new options that Juve are keeping tabs on.
According to Calciomercato, Juventus are no more the favorite to sign Christian Pulisic from Chelsea.
The American international had fallen out of favor at Chelsea and a move away from Stamford Bridge looks inevitable.
Although Juventus were heavily linked with Pulisic, it looks like Manchester United might be the front runners to sign the forward.
Juventus are keen on signing Sassuolo central midfielder Davide Frattesi in the summer, according to a report from La Gazzetta dello Sport (via TuttoJuve).
With Adrien Rabiot facing uncertainty over his future at the club, and the club willing to sell Weston McKennie in case a good offer for the player arrives, Juventus would want to bring in reinforcements in the midfield.
According to La Gazzetta dello Sport (via TuttoJuve), Juventus will chase Caleb Okoli’s signing in the summer.
The young centre-back has been impressive for Atalanta, but has found himself fall down the pecking order in recent weeks following the returns of Derat Djimsiti from injury and José Luis Palomino after getting clearance from doping accusations.
Juventus haven’t given up on their aspirations to sign Roma forward Nicolò Zaniolo, according to La Gazzetta dello Sport (via TuttoJuve).
Zaniolo’s contract expires in 2024 and was reportedly close to signing an extension a few months ago. But with no progress on that front, it looks like Juventus could capitalise.
Juventus are preparing an offer for Athletic Bilbao forward Nico Williams, as per AS. The Spanish player has been in fine touch this summer which see him get a call-up to the World Cup in Qatar.
The Old Lady has been poor going forward and Max Allegri would want to see some changes in his forward battery and Nico could partner up well with Vlahovic and Chiesa.
Juventus have been eyeing a move for Lazio midfielder Sergej Milinković-Savić all year, and reportedly prioritise his signing next summer.
However, they could find it tough to attract the Serbian midfielder to Turin. As per journalist Matteo Moretto (via Madrid Xtra), Milinković-Savić dreams of playing for Real Madrid.
Real Madrid are in the market for a midfielder, with Toni Kroos and Luka Modric most likely leaving at the end of the season. Them making a move for Milinković-Savić could spell trouble for Juventus.
🚨🎖️| Sergej Milinkovic-Savic’s dream is to play for Real Madrid. @MatteMoretto pic.twitter.com/cUzi21DCz9
Ivorian defender Wilfried Singo is prepared to reject Juventus’ offer to join the Italians, according to Calciomeracto. The 21-year-old has attracted massive interest from Europe with Juventus being the frontrunner to sign the wing back.
But it looks like Singo would reject the opportunity to join the Old Lady and might extend his stint with Torino.
According to Calciomercatoweb, Juventus will face competition from PL champions Manchester City for the signing of Villarreal defender Pau Torres.
Manchester City recently renewed manager Pep Guardiola for another 2 years, and have reportedly promised him a left-sided centre-back, and Pau Torres is one of the candidates who fits the profile.
If Juventus want to beat Manchester City to his signing, they would have to match Villarreal’s valuation of €60m for Torres.
According to Calciomercatoweb, Newcastle United are looking to lure Juventus striker Dušan Vlahović to St. James Park in January to strengthen their chance of a top-4 finish this season.
Vlahović hasn’t quite looked comfortable at Juventus since he joined them last January. As per the report, Newcastle United manager Eddie Howe sees him as the ideal goalscorer to further strengthen his squad.
Reportedly, Newcastle would try to insert recent signee Alexander Isak as a part of the deal.
According to Calciomercato, Torino are looking to strengthen their midfield roster with a fresh face and have Juventus youngster Ranocchia on their transfer shortlist.
The report adds that the Granata are looking for a reunion with Dennis Praet, who returned to Leicester following a loan spell in Turin last year. However, they have lined up Ranocchia as the backup alternative if they fail with Praet pursuit.
As per Fichajes, Juventus are favourites to land out-of-favour Chelsea winger Christian Pulisic if he were to move away from London in the future.
Pulisic has seen very less minutes on the pitch under new boss Graham Potter. Since joining from Borussia Dortmund in 2019, the American has been inconsistent due to constant injury issues.
Juventus have been named a bargain price for their transfer target Mohammed Kudus, with Ajax placing a €15 million price tag on the Ghanaian attacker, as per a report on Tuttomercatoweb.
Kudus’s stellar Champions League performances have caught the attention of the Bianconeri, who have been monitoring the 22-year-old over the last six months, and might launch an offensive to sign him in January.
According to Calciomercato, Juventus are reportedly interested in RB Salzburg central defender Strahinja Pavlovic, and will monitor the Serbian international at the World Cup.
The report adds that Juventus’ ideal option to bolster their backline is RB Leipzig’s Josko Gvardiol, but the sought-after Croat would cost in excess of €60 million and is heavily linked by Chelsea.
Pavlovic, 21, is considered as a more affordable and feasible option. Juventus have long admired the Serbian defender and will closely monitor his performance at the World Cup ahead of a possible winter swoop.
According to Calciomercatoweb, Juventus have taken the lead to sign Bayer Leverkusen starlet Jeremie Frimpong in the upcoming winter transfer window.
Frimpong has impressed for Bayer Leverkusen this season, and his performances have caught the eye of many clubs including Juventus’ fierce rivals Inter Milan.
However, the report states that Bayer Leverkusen are interested in Juventus midfielder Weston McKennie, whom the Turin club is willing to include in the deal, thus making them the clear favourites for Frimpong.
Juventus are looking to address the right-back issue by bringing in a new player who can rotate with Colombian veteran Juan Cuadrado, and possibly replace him if he departs Turin when his current contract ends at the end of the season.
According to Tuttosport via JuventusNews24, the club’s sporting director Federico Cherubini drawn up afour-man shortlist for the right-back position.
Three young candidates are also on the shortlist. They are Lyon’s highly-coveted right-back Malo Gusto, Spezia’s Emil Holm, and Real Valladolid teenager Ivan Fresneda.
The first name on the wishlist is Alvaro Odriozola, who has yet to play for Real Madrid after returning from a loan stint with Fiorentina. The 26-year-old will be ready to move out of Madrid as quickly as possible and revive his career.
Speaking to Corriere dello Sport in an interview, Sassuolo midfielder proclaimed his dream to play for AS Roma, in whose youth academy he had once played.
Juventus have been reportedly interested in Fratessi since the last transfer window, but will in all likelihood miss out on him to Jose Mourinho’s side.
According to Calciomercatoweb, Juventus see Thomas Tuchel as the primary candidate to succeed Massimiliano Allegri, if the Italian manager is let go.
While results have picked up in the league under Allegri, Juventus’ board are still disappointed with the club’s performances in Europe in the past two seasons.
They think that under Tuchel, who recently one a Champions League with former club Chelsea, they would return to competitiveness in Europe. Reportedly, the German manager also doesn’t mind being at the helm in Turin.
As per Calciomercatoweb, if Juventus push for a move for Chelsea’s Mason Mount next summer, the London club would like to include winger Federico Chiesa as a part of the deal.
Mount’s contract expires in 2024, and renewal talks seem to have hit a snag. Juventus are hoping to use this opportunity to bring the 23-year-old Englishman to Turin.
According to the report, Chelsea boss Graham Potter rates Chiesa highly, and if Mount could be on the move to Juventus, he would like the Blues to sign the Italian winger.
According to Fichajes, Juventus are ready to trigger the €30m option-to-buy clause in Moise Kean’s loan deal to permanently sign him from Everton.
Kean has performed impressively in recent games and helped Juventus climb up the league table into the top 3 places just before the World Cup break. With both club and player in agreement, the deal is expected to be completed without any hassles.
According to Fichajes, Juventus are one of the clubs monitoring Ajax starlet Mohammed Kudus. Kudus has impressed for Ajax this season with 10 goals in 21 games.
As per the report, Juventus see Kudus as an ideal candidate for the attacking midfielder position, where they haven’t been able to find a replacement for Paulo Dybala.
According to Calciomercatoweb, Juventus have reached an agreement in principle with Serbian midfielder Sergej Milinkovic-Savic. The midfielder has been on Juventus’ radar for months and it finally looks like the Italian outfit could finally get their man.
The Old Lady are prepared to fork out €6m per year for his services to Lazio from 2023. Although the player is pushing towards a move to Turin, Lazio’s president asking price still sits at €100m instead of the €70m Juventus are offering.
Mason Mount has reportedly garnered fresh interest from Juventus according to the Sun. The English midfielder has 18 months left on his current contract at Chelsea.
And although there are ongoing talks between the parties involved, the contract extension has taken longer than expected. Juventus currently face competition from Liverpool who is also battling for the English midfielder’s signature.
Tutomercatoweb has revealed that Real Madrid is preparing to offload Spanish right-back Alvaro Odriozola this summer. And one club who are interested in his signature is Juventus as they are looking to rebuild in the upcoming transfer windows.
Los Blancos are prepared to let go of Odriozola for free and the potential suitors will just have to pay his due wages of €1.5m. With Juan Cuadrado’s future at Turin unclear, Max Allegri could chase the defender in January.
Eden Hazard hasn’t lived up to his billing since moving to Real Madrid and his time at the Bernabeu might be limited with the rise of Vinicius and Rodrygo.
Real Madrid might look to offload the Belgian in the upcoming transfer window. Juventus could be one of the possible destinations for the forward whose contract runs out in 2024, according to Fichajes.
Juventus want to get rid of fringe defender Daniele Rugani and want to bring in young centre-back Caleb Okoli to the club, according to Tuttojuve.
Bianconeri want to propose an exchange deal involving the two players, and could make an offer as early as January.
According to Calciomercato, Juventus want to sign Empoli goalkeeper Guglielmo Vicario.
Juve wish to complete the signing of the player in January and let him stay at Empoli till the end of the season, but they will have to pay more than the €15 million that Lazio have reportedly offered to pay.
Juventus midfielder Adrien Rabiot feels “fortunate” to have stayed in Turin instead of joining Manchester United. After a summer where he was extremely close to joining the Red Devils, he has now confessed that continuing with the Bianconeri was the “best decision.”
“It’s true, there were contacts in the Premier League. But in the end, it was perhaps fortunate that I stayed, perhaps the best decision,” Rabiot told Gazzetta dello Sport.
“The Premier League remains the most followed league, but I don’t think about the future. I stay focused on the World Cup. The club and I are in no hurry. There is serenity and we will have time to weigh up every possibility.”
According to Calciomercatoweb, Chelsea have an advantage over Juventus in the race to sign Lazio midfielder Sergej Milinković-Savić.
Reportedly, Lazio are interested in Chelsea midfielder Ruben Loftus-Cheek, and the Blues could use him as a part of the deal for Milinković-Savić.
Juventus have been pursuing Milinković-Savić for a long time, but could miss out on him next summer.
As per Calciomercatoweb, Juventus are considering signing AS Roma outcast Rick Karsdorp for the right-back position in January.
Karsdorp was publicly called out by AS Roma manager Jose Mourinho for “betraying” the squad. Due to multiple threats to his family from fan groups, the right-back has fled Italy, with his Giallorossi career more or less over.
Juventus see Karsdorp as the ideal replacement for Juan Cuadrado who reportedly will leave after his contract expires at the end of the season.
According to Calciomercatoweb, Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri does not favour exchanging striker Moise Kean for Barcelona forward Memphis Depay in January.
Kean has been in excellent form in recent games, helping Juventus to climb the league table. Barcelona see him as an ideal backup for Robert Lewandowski, and an option for the future.
While Juventus have been linked with Depay, they don’t want to let go of Kean reportedly due to the age difference between the two players.
According to Calciomercatoweb, Juventus will enter the race to sign Tottenham Hotspur forward Son Heung-min. Son is reportedly looking to move on to new pastures with Liverpool and PSG interested in signing him.
Juventus view Son as one of the ideal new additions to the squad who can compete both domestically and in Europe. However, the entire transfer including Son’s wages could cost them 200m which can prove to be a hurdle.
Adrien Rabiot has been one of Juventus’ best players this season, helping the Bianconeri’s revival in Serie A in recent weeks.
The Frenchman’s contract expires at the end of the season, but Tuttosport have reported that Juventus are going to reward Rabiot’s splendid displays with a renewal.
The only roadblock, however, could be Rabiot’s demands for a raise. The midfielder currently earns €7 million per season.
As per Calciomercatoweb, Juventus right-back Juan Cuadrado has been offered to Serie A rivals AC Milan. Cuadrado’s contract with Juventus expires at the end of the season with Bianconeri unlikely to renew it.
While AC Milan have had issues on the right side of their defence their season, they may not agree to sign Cuadrado even if for free due to his age of 35 years. Except for Zlatan Ibrahimović, Simon Kjær, and Olivier Giroud, the Milanese club is solely focused on signing younger players.
Juventus are looking to make a surprise move for PSG defender Marquinhos to strengthen their defence, reports Calciomercatoweb.
As per the report, Marquinhos will consider his story at PSG complete if Les Parisiens are able to win the Champions League this season. With his contract expiring in 2024, Juventus are willing to spend big to get the Brazilian to Turin.
Corriere Dello Sport reports that Juventus are hunting for another midfielder in the Serie-A. The Old Lady are currently chasing the signature of Lewis Ferguson from Bologna. The Scottish midfielder has been influential for the Red and Blues and is being eyed by Juventus in a sensational January move.
Calciomercato reports that Juventus are planning a swoop of Sergej Milinkovic-Savic from Lazio. The Serbian midfielder has been on the radar of the Old Lady for months and a switch to Turin looked inevitable for Milinkovic-Savic.
After recent reports confirmed that the veteran midfielder could be itching to sign a contract extension at Lazio, this news comes as a relief for the struggling Italian outfit.
Juventus have held talks with Savic’s agent as well but would have to wait till the end of the summer for his signature.
As per El Nacional, Juventus are the most probable destination for out-of-favour Barcelona forward Ferran Torres in the future.
Torres has seen very few minutes since he joined Barcelona last season and the club wants to let go of him in order to generate revenue for the next transfer window.
The Spanish forward has reportedly already rejected offers from Wolves and Newcastle United in the Premier League, and prefers moving to Juventus in the Serie A
The Old Lady have been handed a shock in the transfer market as it appears Sergej Milinkovic-Savic is close to signing a contract extension at Lazio according to Tuttomercatoweb. The new contract would see the 27-year-old garner €5m per season playing for the Italian outfit.
The Serbian midfielder has produced some jaw-dropping performances and has been circled by some of the biggest European vultures since then. Although Juventus tried their best to attain Milinkovic-Savic’s services, Lazio’s asking price was reportedly set too high.
But with Juventus leading the race for his signature, this news would mean that Juventus need to go back to the drawing board and find themselves a midfielder.
According to Tuttomercatoweb, Juventus won’t be alone in the pursuit of Atlético Madrid defender José María Giménez, as Roma and Chelsea are also reportedly keeping tabs on the Uruguayan centre-back.
The same report states that the player will cost around €40 million, and could very well be open to a move away from the Metropolitano.
Calciomercato has revealed that Juventus will not allow centre-back Federico Gatti to leave the Italian side. Gatti was purchased this season as a replacement for the departing duo of Giorgio Chiellini and Matthijs de Ligt.
Max Allegri, however, has persisted with Leonardo Bonucci and Gleison Bremer as his starters, leaving the former Frosinone player on the periphery.
A move away from the club on loan in January looked inevitable for the defender but the Italian outfit have seemingly blocked a loan move. The club believes that Gatti is still young and could be a future starter for the Old Lady of Turin.
According to journalist Rudy Galetti, Tottenham Hotspur and Antonio Conte want to bring in a new right-back, reported to be Djed Spence, which could lead to Emerson Royal to pushing for an exit.
The 23-year-old is wanted by Atlético Madrid as well, but the Bianconeri are well aware of the player’s possible departure, hoping to seize the opportunity and acquire the Brazilian’s service in case of Juan Cuadrado’s farewell.
🚨↩️ Despite the statements of his agent, with the expected arrival of Djed #Spence, Emerson #Royal could leave #Tottenham during the summer.📌 In addition to #Atleti, #Juventus ⚪⚫ are monitoring the situation in the event of #Cuadrado’s farewell. 🐓⚽ #Transfers #THFC pic.twitter.com/yYSeCdgLuT
Juventus have shown a long standing interest in Chelsea and Italy’s midfielder, Jorginho, who is out of contract in the summer. According to Todofichajes, Juventus are in advanced talks with Jorginho, who will be free agent in the summer, ahead of rivals Barcelona.
Sky Sports expert Gianluca Di Marzio has claimed that Juventus have emerged as surprise contenders to sign Nuno Tavares from Arsenal. The Portuguese left-back was loaned to Marseille after he failed to make an impression at Emirates last summer. And now Juventus could sign the 22-year-odl when he returns from his loan stint in France. Currently Juventus deploy Filip Kostic as their left wingback but with him 30-year-old, Allegri would need a back up in case Kostic struggles in the future.
Juventus are in the market to add reinforcements in the midfield. According to Sport via JuventusNews24, Bianconeri are once again eyeing Chelsea and Italy star, Jorginho, whose contract is up in the summer.
Jorginho is one of the key pieces at Chelsea and Bianconeri will face competition from Barcelona in the pursuit.
According to Calciomercatoweb, Juventus see Brighton manager Roberto De Zerbi as a possible successor to current boss Massimiliano Allegri.
While Allegri’s squad have picked up their form, the Juventus board is looking to do a complete revamp of the team. The report states that they feel De Zerbi’s football style is ideal for the new project which will include younger talent.
According to Calciomercatoweb, Juventus are one of the clubs that have been offered out-of-form wingback Robin Gosens.
However, the report states that Juventus are only interested in signing Gosens on loan with an option to buy for €20m, which Inter Milan are not willing to agree with.
Per Tuttosport, Juventus are scrambling to extend the contract of Samuel Iling-Junior in order to ward off Premier League interest.
The Bianconeri wants to keep the 19-year-old after his fine start to life in their first team in recent weeks. The youngster joined the Bianconeri Next Gen from Chelsea in 2020 as he looked for a more clear path to first-team football.
Juventus, for their part, have started talks to secure the long-term future of the in-demand forward, and they are reportedly optimistic that the England Under-19 international will put pen to paper on a new deal on improved terms to stay in Turin.
The 19-year-old winger has caught the attention of a host of top European clubs across the continent after registering two assists in his last two appearances off the bench for Allegri’s side, with his existing deal set to expire at the end of the season.
As per El Nacional, Juventus have joined the race to sign highly sought-after Borussia Dortmund starlet Youssoufa Moukoko next summer.
The 17-year-old has caught the eye of many this season with his impressive performances. Moukoko’s contract expires in June next year, with Juventus hoping to sign him to revamp their ageing squad.
Eintracht Frankfurt defender Evan Ndicka has recently emerged as a transfer option for Juventus in their attempts to find a left-sided centre-back.
After winning the Europa League last season, he has continued to impress this term and Juve are keeping a close eye on his contract situation.
Ndicka, 23, is out of contract at the end of the season and has not agreed to a new one with the German outfit yet.
However, the defender is pricing Juve out of a transfer for him as a fresh revelation discloses his agents’ outlandish demands of as much as €20m in commissions for the free transfer to go ahead, as per Tuttojuve.
According to Calciomercato, Juventus enforcer Denis Zakaria could be set for an early return from his season-long loan at Chelsea, who are planning to cut his loan stay short by terminating his deal in January.
Juventus are in the market for reinforcements and are keeping tabs on Crystal Palace talisman, Wilfried Zaha. The 29-year-old is yet to agree a new contract with his current deal expiring in summer and Juventus are keen on the Ivory Coast international, according to Standard Sports.
Juventus have reportedly made contact with Alvaro Odriozola, who is expected to leave Real Madrid in January.
That’s according to Foot Mercato journalist Santi Aouna, who claims Juve kept a close eye on Odriozola throughout his loan spell at Fiorentina last season and are ready to provide him an escape route in January transfer window.
Odriozola, 26, is the only first-team player to not have yet to play a single minute of competitive football in the current campaign. Given his uncertain Madrid future, an exit in the winter transfer window could be on the cards and Juventus have seemingly become a viable destination as they look to replace right-back Alex Sandro.
According to Calciomercato, Serie A rivals Juventus and Inter are likely to battle it out for the signature of Benfica left-back Alejandro Grimaldo in the upcoming January transfer window.
The two Italian giants are bracing themselves for a tussle to jump at the front of the queue of clubs trying to lure the 27-year-old away from Benfica.
Despite having over three years left on his current PSG contract, Juventus still believe they can capture Gianluigi Donnarumma as they continue their search for potential successor to current No. 1 Wojciech Szczesny, according to Calciomercato.
After playing a rotation role with Keylor Navas in his debut season, Donnarumma has firmly established himself the starting goalkeeper role at PSG this year, playing every minute of every PSG game this season.
In his exclusive column for Caught Offside, Fabrizio Romano has stated that Juventus are the favourites to sign Benfica’s Álex Grimaldo.
The Bianconeri have been scouting the left-back for a while now, and would like the 27-year-old to become the club’s go-to full-back next season.
The report makes sense considering the fact that Juve are reportedly not going to offer a new contract to Alex Sandro, who plays in the same position as Grimaldo.
Juventus’ Samuel Illing-Junior has broken into the first team this season and has been impressive so far with his performances. His strong showings have not gone unnoticed and the England youth international is gathering interest from clubs in the Premier League, according to The Athletic.
Juventus hope to fend off any interest in the 19-year-old and offer him a deal at the club.
Alex Sandro has been a regular starter for Juventus since his arrival in 2015. Regarded as one of the world’s best in his position at one time, but those days are long gone. The Brazilian’s recent performances have shown he’s well past his prime.
The 31-year-old’s current contract at the Allianz Stadium will expire at the end of the season, and it looks that his time with the Old Lady will be drawing to a close after that, with Calciomercato reporting Juventus have decided against extending Sandro’s deal.
According to Italian outlet Calciomercatoweb, Juventus are ready to sell in-demand midfielder Manuel Locatelli for a fee of around £30 million in order to make way for the signing of Chelsea playmaker Jorginho on a free transfer next summer, with London duo Chelsea or Arsenal mentioned as potential destinations for the Italian international.
Locatelli, 24, joined Juventus on a two-year loan deal from Sassuolo in 2021 off the back of his stellar displays for Italy at Euro 2020. Following a promising debut season, the Euro 2020 winner has struggled to find his best form, and has failed to nail down his place in Massimiliano Allegri’s starting XI.
Juventus are looking at managers amid their poor campaign so far and are reportedly trying to get Antonio Conte back at the club. According to Gazzetta dello Sport, Juventus are plotting a move for two players in order to lure Conte back.
The Turin based side are reportedly devising a plan to sign Inter Milan’s Alessandro Bastoni and Lazio’s Sergej Milinkovic-Savic as ‘welcome back’ presents for Conte.
According to a report by Spanish publication SPORT, Juventus have reportedly renewed their interest in Barcelona attacker Memphis Depay after failing to sign him in the summer.
Juventus are desperate to shake off their terrible start to the season under Max Allegri that has seen them crash-out of the Champions League group stages and are 10 points adrift of the top spot in Serie A.
Depay, 28, has re-emerged on their radar as they look to bring in fresh faces in January to boost their bid for at least a top-four UEFA Champions League position in the Italian top-flight.
Spezia will not set the asking price for their star defender Jakub Kiwior until after the World Cup, according to a report from Tuttojuve.
The club wants to set the player’s valuation based on how well he performs for Poland in the World Cup, which could see his value rise to €30 million.
The Bianconeri will have to wait for a while to make an offer for Kiwior.
After his recent performances for Juve, especially the one against Lecce, the club are considering keeping the player in their ranks instead of loaning him in January.
This comes from a report by Gazzetta dello Sport, which states that the idea of the player being loaned in January has reduced. The club are ready to show faith in the 21-year-old and reward him for his performances by giving him more opportunities.
According to a report by TuttoMercatoWeb, Juventus are interested in Real Madrid’s Álvaro Odriozola.
The Bianconeri want to sign the right-back from the Spanish heavyweights, having had a decent stint in Serie A last season with Fiorentina. Los Blancos would be happy to offload the player since he is not a part of Carlo Ancelotti’s plan.
The same report, however, states that Juve might face competition from fellow Serie A outfit AC Milan.
Juventus midfielder Weston McKennie is attracting a lot of attention with several teams after his signature. One among them is Premier League outfit Leeds United, as per journalist Simon Phillips.
It is expected that Juventus are ready to sell him in January, with many other clubs like Newcastle and Aston Villa interested in the 24-year-old.
Juventus’ vice-president Pavel Nedved has rubbished claims that the club are looking to bring former manager Antonio Conte back to Turin, adding that they are totally backing current coach Massimiliano Allegri amid a whirlwind of rumours that suggested that he’ll be fired by the Bianconeri.
“Conte to Juventus? We have not changed our position: we fully trust Allegri and players do the same,” Nedved affirmed.
“It’s normal to have rumours about other managers when results are not good.”
Juventus vice president Pavel Nedved on Antonio Conte rumours: “Conte to Juventus? We have not changed our position: we fully trust Allegri and players do the same”. 🚨⚪️ #Juve #THFC“It’s normal to have rumours about other managers when results are not good”. pic.twitter.com/UyabOTxLj7
According to Calciomercato, Juventus are planning on signing Manchester City midfielder İlkay Gündoğan on a free transfer next summer.
With his contract expiring at the end of the season, the possibility of a renewal remains. However, if the player and the club do not reach an agreement, it is very likely that Gündoğan could move to the Serie A and represent the Bianconeri.
Spezia has set a price tag for their much-demanded center-back Jakub Kiwior. According to Tuttomercatoweb, the Italian outfit is asking a price of €30m from Kiwior’s potential suitors with Juventus being one of them. The 22-year-old is an interesting prospect around Europe and it would be crucial to see if the Bianconeri splashes that amount for Kiwior.
Juventus winger Ángel Di María will leave the club at the end of the season to join his boyhood club Rosario Central, according to Italian journalist Daniele Longo.
After rumours that the Argentinian wanted to leave Juve in January, Di María dispelled all rumours in an Instagram post, where he stated that he’ll finish the season as a Juventus player.
The 34-year-old will take a significant pay-cut to join Rosario Central, the club that he wants to retire at.
Juventus are desperate to bring back former boss Antonio Conte, as per Gazzetta Dello Sport (via Football Italia).
Conte, currently managing Tottenham Hotspur, has not penned a contract extension and the talks over the same have stalled somewhat.
Reportedly, it is Juventus’ desire to bring back Conte to replace a struggling Massimiliano Allegri that is affecting these talks.
Lyon midfielder Houssem Aouar has been linked with Europe’s biggest clubs for a while now. The Frenchman has reportedly become a top target for Serie A giants Juventus.
The Old Lady, struggling to put together consistent performances, want the Frenchman to add some creativity and guile to their midfield, according to Gazzetta Della Sport.
Ángel Di Maria clarified that rumours regarding him wanting to leave Juventus during the winter transfer window are false and made up.
He further stated that he is happy in Turin and playing for a top club like Juventus. Di Maria said it’s time people stopped spreading lies about him.
Ángel Di Maria: “There are so many lies about my future. Someone has invented stories about me leaving Juventus in January — it’s not true”. 🚨🇦🇷 #Juventus“I won’t leave in January — I’m happy in Turin and with this top club, so it’s time to stop with all the lies!”. pic.twitter.com/qZzAPp6dzj
According to Fichajes, Juventus have joined the race to sign highly-rated Bayer Leverkusen right-back Jeremie Frimpong.
Juan Cuadrado’s contract with Juventus expires at the end of the season, with the club unlikely to renew him due to his age. Juve see Frimpong as the ideal replacement due to his attacking characteristics and rapid pace.
Angel Di Maria, who signed for Juventus on a free transfer in the summer of 2022, has been linked with an exit to his native Argentina to play for Rosario Central.
Di Maria has signed only a one-year contract at Turin. His time at Juventus has been marred by injuries and he has confirmed in an interview with CONMEBOL that he plans to return to Rosario Central.
“The truth is that I’ve wanted to return to Rosario Central for a long time,” he said.
“It’s true that things at the club are not easy now, but I still have my ideas. I’d like to enjoy Argentinean football in the team where I was born, even for just one year.”
Despite suffering a damaging 4-3 loss to Benfica in the Champions League that knocked them out of the group stage, Juventus board will continue to back manager Massimiliano Allegri, as per Fabrizio Romano.
The Old Lady have had a poor start to the season and are eighth in the Serie A table and Allegri has been under pressure.
There are no changes on Massimiliano Allegri situation. He won’t be fired now and he’s not gonna leave the club as things stand, despite the defeat against Benfica. ⚪️⚫️ #Juventus Agnelli confirmed his intention to continue with Allegri – current deal expires in June 2025. pic.twitter.com/SS6ogqLiNI
According to Calciomercatoweb, Juventus are looking to sign Newcastle United midfielder Bruno Guimarães to reinforce their midfield.
Guimarães has shone at Newcastle United since signing for them last winter, with many clubs eyeing a move for him. Juventus have had a slow start to the season, and while they have picked up pace recently, they want to improve their midfield to challenge for the league title and Champions League next year.
However, as per the report, Newcastle United will not entertain any bids for Guimarães as they deem the midfielder untouchable.
Juventus are interested in signing Barcelona winger Ousmane Dembélé next summer, according to Calciomercatoweb.
Reportedly, Barcelona are looking to sell Dembélé to earn some revenue and bring Lionel Messi back to the Camp Nou. Juventus want to take advantage of Barca’s need for money and sign the French forward for a bargain
After three years in Turin, Adrien Rabiot now finds himself at a crossroad with his Juventus’ contract expiring at the end of the season. He has been an ever-present in the Bianconeri team since his 2019 free transfer from PSG.
Having come under intense criticism from Juve fans in early part of his career, Rabiot has proven to be one of club’s more reliable players this season and manager Max Allegri appreciates the Frenchman importance to his system.Juventus are keen to reward Rabiot with a contract renewal in view of his recent impressive performances, but his mother and agent Veronique is opposed to the idea, and could be holding out for more lucrative wages elsewhere, according to a report from La Gazzetta dello Sport (via TuttoMercatoWeb).
According to the Daily Mail, as relayed by Calciomercato, Juventus are among a host of Serie A clubs keeping close tabs on Shakhtar Donetsk winger Mykhaylo Mudryk, but will have to see off stiff competition from English clubs including Arsenal who are now pushing to secure the 21-year-old Ukrainian sensation’s services.
According to Gazzetta dello Sport via SportWitness, Juventus are prepared to ‘sacrifice’ Weston McKennie to fund Leandro Paredes’ permanent transfer in 2023.
McKennie, 24, joined Juventus from German outfit Schalke in the 2020/21 season. Unfortunately, the American has been unable to firmly establish himself in the starting lineup under Max Allegri and could be shown the exit door in the upcoming winter window.
Juventus have failed to find the right groove this season and it looks like a summer of shopping and offloading could be on the cards.
Tuttojuve recently reported that the Italian club have set an asking price of €20m for their underperforming USMNT midfielder amid interest from the Premier League, particularly from Antonio Conte’s Spurs.
TuttoJuve has reported that the Bianconeri are interested in bringing Lyon youngster Malo Gusto to Turin. The 19-year-old has become a starter for the Ligue 1 side and is being circled around by some of the biggest names in Europe. With Juventus looking to replenish their backline, the signature of Gusto could be a fascinating long-term investment for the Italians.
According to Italian outlet Tuttojuve, Juventus are prepared to hand veteran center-back Leonardo Bonucci a contract extension that would keep him in Turin until 2025. The Italian’s contract expires in 2024 and reportedly the club wants to continue their love affair with the Italian keeping him at the club until 2025. Despite Bonucci almost reaching the twilight of his career, it looks like the club are ready to back their captain despite producing some shambolic performances this summer.
Atalanta’s star forward Luis Muriel is reportedly frustrated with his less playing time at the Italian club and is looking to depart from the club. Football Italia has revealed that Juventus are keeping a close eye on Muriel’s situation and want to capture the Columbian’s signature. Muriel has fallen down the pecking order and could be persuaded to move to Turin if the Bianconeri make an offer.
Juventus have prepared a list of names to help strengthen their defence in the summer. According to reports by Gazzetta dello Sport (via Sport Witness), Juventus have identified Arsenal’s Gabriel Magalhaes as a potential target.
The 24 year-old joined Arsenal in 2020 and has since established himself as a starter at the club. It will be difficult for Juventus to lure the Brazilian away from the Emirates with Arsenal not keen on selling.
Given Juventus’ frailties in the backline, the Italian club have made contact with Frankfurt centre-back, according to Calciomercato’s Daniele Longo.
Ndicka has received interest from several Premier League clubs, and it looks like Juve have joined the race to acquire the 23-year-old’s signing.
However, should they fail to sign the player, they will turn their attention towards alternatives such as Monaco’s Benoît Badiashile and Fiorentina’s Igor.
According to a Calciomercato report, Juventus may suggest a swap deal involving Albert Sambi Lokonga of Arsenal in which American player Weston McKennie would move the other way.
Juve is now in eighth place in the Serie A standings after a mediocre start to the year. Additionally, their elimination from the UEFA Champions League group stage is virtually assured. However, the club is still demonstrating its confidence in Massimiliano Allegri.
Even though McKennie started in the 1-0 victory over Torino, Allegri does not have him in his plans.
According to Calciomercatoweb, Juventus are hoping to sign Liverpool striker Roberto Firmino once his contract expires at the end of the season.
It will be difficult for Juventus to lure Firmino to Turin as they face competition from league rivals AC Milan for his signature, states the report. Furthermore, the Brazilian’s red-hot form for Liverpool this season could see them renew his contract.
The struggling Juventus are looking to find reinforcements to bolster their defense. After a few shambolic outings this season it won’t be a surprise if the club field an entirely upgraded and revamped backline next summer. The first one on Juventus’ list could be to let go of Alex Sandro and find his replacement. According to Il Bianconero, the Italian giants are targeting PSG’s Juan Bernat and Benfica’s Alejandro Grimaldo.
According to a report by Calciomercato, Juventus are keeping tabs on Borussia Monchengladbach star Marcus Thuram, who is the son of former Juve legend Lilian Thuram.
The French left winger has scored 7 goals in 10 Bundesliga appearances this term, and is on Juve’s radar to strengthen their forward line now that Juan Cuadrado has a permament role as a full-back. Thuram could arrive in Serie A as early as the upcoming winter transfer window, per the same report.
Italian defender and Juventus legend Leonardo Bonucci has reportedly asked the club to sell him in the upcoming January transfer window, according to Italian journalist Guilio Mola.
The 35-year-old is no longer one of the first names on the team sheet as he has struggled to find form amid Juve’s lackadaisical start to the season. His relationship with manager Massimiliano Allegri has deteriorated too.
Clamoroso: Bonucci-Allegri, è rottura. Il difensore ha chiesto la cessione… a gennaio può finire al Tottenham…
Swiss midfielder Denis Zakaria, who was signed by Chelsea on loan from Juventus on the deadline day, might head back to Turin earlier than expected as Calciomercato have reported that Chelsea are considering the contract termination of the 25-year-old.
Zakaria is yet to make an appearance under the newly-appointed Graham Potter, who was brought in by The Blues after the sacking of Thomas Tuchel.
Florentino Luis is the latest name on Juventus’ radar as they hunt for fresh players.
That’s according to a report from Calciomercato, which reveals that the Bianconeri watched him when they recently faced his team in the Champions League, and will continue to monitor his performances ahead of a potential move for the Benfica midfielder at the end of the season.
Luis, 23, operates as defensive midfielder plays for Benfica and has been one of their standout players this season.
The Eagles have recently tied the Portugal Under-21 international down to a new deal until 2027, protected by a €120m release clause worth around.
Tottenham Hotspur are considering a surprise €90 million deal for Juventus’ Dusan Vlahovic as a Harry Kane replacement if he does end up joining Bayern Munich, according to Italian outlet Calciomercatoweb.
Vlahovic, 22, joined Juventus from Fiorentina despite being extensively linked with moves to the Premier League. Tottenham and Arsenal were both interested in acquiring the Serbians services in January, but he eventually signed with the Bianconeri.
Since then, he has scored 16 goals and provided three assists in 34 outings for the Turin giants, but could potentially be open to leaving the Old Lady owing to Juve’s dismal form this season.
Juventus are on a terrible run of form despite boasting one of the strongest squads in Europe, at least on paper. Manager Max Allegri has come under a lot of scrutiny for his inept tactics and lack of dressing room control.
The Juve board are supporting their head coach, but as the squad transitions, several underperforming players could face the chop.
Every player who would become a free agent in the summer would leave the Allianz, according to a report on Calciomercato, who also claims that the club has frozen all contract renewals for the time being since the parties concerned are simply not pulling their weight.
In addition, the Bianconeri are now ready to consider bids for players like Weston McKennie, Manuel Locatelli, and other supposedly untouchable stars as early as January in a mega fire-sale.
Juventus have set their sights on out of favour Atletico Madrid midfielder Rodrigo De Paul and are monitoring his situation, as per Spanish outlet Marca.
De Paul, 28, is struggling to make an impression in his second season with Atletico Madrid since his move from Udinese.
The Argentine midfielder has failed to earn a starting role under Diego Simeone, having started just four of Atleti’s 12 matches this season. He has also received criticism for his disciplinary problems.
Given his tumultuous situation in the Spanish capital, a return to Serie A could become an option for De Paul as Milan and Juventus are keeping close tabs on his situation should he become available in the January transfer window.
As per Calciomercatoweb, Juventus have chosen former Sevilla coach Julen Lopetegui as the replacement for Massimiliano Allegri, in case the latter is sacked.
Allegri has had a difficult start to the season, with his tactics not working for Juventus in the league nor the Champions League. He will reportedly be given time till the World Cup break to turn things around.
According to Calciomercatoweb, Juventus are looking to sign out of favour Barcelona midfielder Frenkie de Jong to improve their midfield.
De Jong has seen less playtime at Barcelona with manager Xavi preferring the duo of Gavi and Pedri over him. Yet, the report states that Barca will only let him leave for a fee of €70m which Juventus may not be able to pay.
According to Calciomercato, Juan Cuadrado and Alex Sandro are expected to leave Juventus at the end of their season.
The two South American full-backs have deals that expire in the summer and the Bianconeri will not begin negotiations anytime soon.
According to a report from Tuttomercatoweb, Juventus are one of the clubs to have expressed interest in Atalanta’s 18-year-old defender Giorgio Scalvini.
Scalvini, 18, plays as a defender and recently emerged as an impressive starter for Gian Piero Gasperini’s side. He has featured in six league games this term, scoring one goal in the process.
His progress has not gone unnoticed, with multiple clubs from Serie A and around Europe interested in his signature, including Juventus.
Serie A giants Juventus are ready to spend big on Lazio’s Sergej Milinkovic-Savic in January, as per La Gazzetta dello Sport (via TeamTalk).
Milinkovic-Savic is enjoying an outstanding season with Lazio and as such, has been linked to several clubs, including Manchester United.
However, Juventus are reportedly ready to make the move for the Serbian in January as they look to add reinforcements to their team which has struggled so far this season. Apparently, Juve will have to spend at least £88million if Lazio are to sell their man.
According to Calciomercatoweb, Juventus will attempt to sign Manchester City midfielder İlkay Gündoğan during the winter transfer window.
Gündoğan is seen by manager Massimiliano Allegri as a solution to Juventus’ dismal form this season. The report states that Juve would have to offer Manchester City €25m to sign him in January.
Juventus president Andrea Agnelli has stated that coach Massimiliano Allegri will not be sacked following the club’s embarrassing 2-0 Champions League defeat against Maccabi Haifa.
Juventus president Andrea Agnelli: “Massimiliano Allegri is our head coach and he will stay”, tells Sky Sport. 🚨⚪️⚫️ #Juventus“I feel ashamed and angry… so in this kind of situation you can’t blame one single person, it’s the whole group”. pic.twitter.com/TcvKGYgFNT
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According to CBSSportsGolazo journalist Ben Jacobs, Liverpool are not interested in signing Juventus midfielder Arthur Melo on a permanent deal despite the €37.5 million option to buy included into his loan deal.
The 26-year-old joined the Reds on a season-long loan last summer, with Jurgen Klopp’s side dipping into the market late in the window due to injury concerns.
However, the Brazilian has since suffered yet another injury setback after sustaining a thigh issue in training, and he now faces up to four months on the sidelines following his surgery over the weekend.
Juan Cuadrado could leave Juventus to join former side Fiorentina next summer, reports Calciomercatoweb.
Cuadrado’s contract with Juventus expires in 2023, with the club looking to go into a new direction with younger players and letting go of older players such as the Colombian.
According to Tutto Juve, Dušan Vlahović could leave Juventus next summer incase they fail to qualify for the Champions League this season.
Juventus are in a torrid run of form so far this season and are 7 points away from the Champions League spots.
In case they don’t qualify, the report states that PSG and Bayern Munich will be the most likely candidates for signing Vlahović. Juventus will accept any offer above €100m for him.
Juventus will have to compete with Serie A rivals Inter Milan for the signing of Borussia Mönchengladbach left-back Ramy Bensebaini, reports CalcioMercato.
Bensebaini is seen as an ideal candidate for the left-back position by both Inter Milan and Juventus, with both teams looking to sign him after his contract expires next summer.
Juventus look keen on bringing Ferran Torres on board, after the 22 year-old has failed to impress under Xavi. Barcelona look for an exit plan for the former City winger. However Juventus would not pay more than 30 million for the Spaniard, says Elnacional.cat.
Rodrigo de Paul has been finding it difficult to impose himself at Atletico Madrid and the 26 year-old could be back on the market in the summer with Juventus and Milan alert to the situation, reports Calciomercato.it.
As per AS (via TuttoJuve), Juventus are interested in signing Real Madrid winger Marcos Asensio next season.
Asensio is currently out of favour at Real Madrid, with his contract expiring in 2023. Juventus will swoop in for him since Angel Di Maria will most likely leave next year, the report states.
Juventus are keeping an eye on Inter Milan centre-back Stefan de Vrij and Arsenal centre-back Gabriel Magalhães, reports Calciomercatoweb.
The report states that De Vrij and Gabriel have been identified as potential heirs for Juventus skipper Leonardo Bonucci who is close to leaving.
Juventus could move for a left-back in the January transfer window as they look to address a long-running quality problems the full-back department. And, according to TuttoJuve, they have set their sights on Empoli defender Fabiano Parisi.
Parisi, 21, has emerged as one of the most exciting young prospects in Italian football following a string of strong displays for Gli Azzurri. In the 2022/23 season, he has made eight Serie A appearances and also notched up a goal for Empoli.
Juventus could swap midfielder Fabio Miretti for Barcelona left-back Alejandro Balde next year, reports calciomercatoweb.
As per the report, Barcelona don’t want to let go of Balde, but Miretti’s performance this season has caught their eye, therefore they would consider an exchange deal with Juventus.
Juventus are looking to sign Benfica left-back Álex Grimaldo during the winter transfer window, as per tuttojuve.
The report states that Grimaldo could arrive for a small transfer fee of €4m due to his contract expiring next summer.
Juventus could be set to receive sizeable windfall as Tottenham Hotspur prepares to convert Dejan Kulusevski’s loan into a permanent transfer, as per Calcio Mercato.
Kulusevski, 22, has impressed with his attacking displays in North London, cementing himself as a key member in the current set-up under Antonio Conte.
The Lilywhites have already paid a loan fee of €10m for the Swedish attacker, and are prepared to trigger the permanent clause worth a reported €35m to secure his services on a permanent basis.
As per sportmediaset (via tuttojuve), Juventus are looking to renew Adrien Rabiot’s contract after his impressive performances this season.
Rabiot’s contract expires in 2023, and the report states that Juventus will have to offer him €7m per season to renew it.
As per calciomercato, Juventus are monitoring AS Monaco centre-back Benoît Badiashile as an option for the future.
Badiashile has been a standout performer for AS Monaco this season, with the young defender shining against Trabzonspor in the Europa League on Thursday.
According to Calciomercato, Juventus have identified left-back as a position of weakness, with Alex Sandro not convincing so far. And the Serie A giants drawn a four-man shortlist of left-backs to pursue in 2023.
Jordi Alba is apparently one of the names on this list, with the Barcelona veteran slated to leave Camp Nou next year.
According to calciomercato, Juventus are another club monitoring Marcus Rashford’s contract situation.
As per the report, Juventus asked about Rashford during the last transfer window and will try to sign him again if he doesn’t renew with Manchester United.
Rashford’s contract expires in 2023, however, Manchester United have the option of extending it for another year.
Juventus are likely to pull out of the race for Benfica midfielder Enzo Fernández due to his asking price increasing to €50m, reports calciomercato.
As per the report, Liverpool are now favourites to sign Fernández, with Juventus set to focus their attention elsewhere.
According to Calcio Mercato, Italy forward Nicolo Zaniolo could soon sign a new contract with AS Roma amid Juventus links.
The 23-year-old Italian international was subject of a heavy interest from the likes of Juventus and Tottenham Hotspur throughout the summer transfer window.
Apparently, he could be about to put pen to paper on a new deal with the Giallorossi after a verbal agreement was reached. However, the new deal reportedly contains a buyout clause worth between €50m and €60m.