Inter and Juventus linked with Torino’s Djidji


Both Inter and Juventus are following Torino defender Koffi Djidji, with reports suggest the Nerazzurri are already in talks with the player. The Ivorian international could be a free agent in the summer, with talks ongoing over personal terms on a contract extension with the Granata, but he could remain in Italy regardless, with both the Serie A giants linked with him.

Tuttosport and SportMediaset both report that Inter and Juve are keen on the player, however the Nerazzurri have reportedly stolen a march on their rivals by having spoken to the players agent, Paolo Busardò.

Djidji is also in negotiations with Torino to potentially extend his contract, asking for a three-year deal at €1.5-2m per season, having taken on a bigger role at the club following the departure of Gleison Bremer to Juventus.

The 29-year-old arrived from Nantes for €3m in 2019 after an initial loan spell and this season has made 13 Serie A appearances, scoring one goal.


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