Mercato: Juventus eye Di Maria and Badiancile

According to the Italian press, Juventus are very interested in Angel Di Maria (34), whose contract with PSG expires next summer. The Italian club will also follow Monaco defender Benoit Badiachile (21 years old).

The prospect of a second consecutive year without a title in Serie A (fourth on eight points ahead of AC Milan) will prompt Juventus to experience another turbulent summer in the transfer market. According to the Italian press, Massimiliano Allegri will retain his coaching position next season and will therefore lead the reflection on making changes to his workforce. The first mission will be to replace Paulo Dybala, who will be freed at the end of his contract.

The Old Lady – quite a specialist in the art of recruiting free players in recent seasons – is targeting Angel Di Maria (34), whose contract with PSG will not be renewed. According to TuttoSport, the profile of the Argentine – free, who can play as a leader or a right-winger – seduces the Piedmontese club, even if it does not fit the new orientation of leaders who want to base themselves on young people. Huh. With higher potential .. therefore a possible signing would be done on lower salary terms than what is expected to be received at PSG (ten million euros annually).

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Pogba’s name still circulating

According to Gazzetta, with an uncertain future at Chelsea, Juventus are eyeing other market opportunities such as Antonio Rudiger or Jorginho. The name of Paul Pogba, who will not extend with Manchester United, Po whispers on the field even though the French international is at the center of huge competition from Real Madrid and PSG.

In his quest to rejuvenate his squad, Bianconeri is looking to his French neighbors. AS Monaco defender Benoit Badiachile (21) is one of the goals of the Italian giant. The captain of the France Espoirs team is still under contract with ASM until 2024, where he was launched alongside the pros at 17.

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