Gazzetta: Juventus will need sales before trying to sign Greenwood


La Gazzetta dello Sport outline how Juventus will need to make some player sales before attempting to sign Manchester United forward Mason Greenwood. Bianconeri director Cristiano Giuntoli has been proactive in pursuing Mason Greenwood for Juventus, but now faces competition from Borussia Dortmund, who have also set their sights on the player.

According to La Gazzetta, the Bianconeri  remains committed to building a team with strong wingers for Thiago Motta. They continue to work towards securing at least one attacking winger, which could increase to two if renewal talks with Federico Chiesa do not conclude successfully.

Greenwood, who revitalized his career on loan at Getafe with 10 goals and 6 assists this season, remains the top target as he is set to return to United but not likely to stay.

Getafe would ideally like to sign the young Englishman outright,  but they face competition from Dortmund and Juventus. According to Gazzetta, Juve have  already secured the approval of the 22-year-old Englishman but must generate funds through player sales before making a formal move.

The primary candidates for departure include Matias Soulé, Samuel Iling-Junior, Dean Huijsen, and Filip Kostic. Meanwhile, Juventus have also shown interest in Savio, who has impressed at Girona but is owned by Troyes and also being monitored by Manchester City.


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