In the frantic final 48 hours of the transfer window, Juventus remains fervently committed to bolstering their midfield ranks. Surprisingly, the club’s focus leans towards securing the services of a young midfielder rather than opting for an experienced campaigner, a continuation of their recent recruitment approach.
Fabrizio Romano reports that despite initial speculation surrounding links with Shakhtar Donetsk’s Heorhiy Sudakov, the promising midfielder appears to be an unattainable target as he is poised to ink a new deal with his current club. The Juventus hierarchy, undeterred by this setback, are reportedly eyeing Carlos Alcaraz as a potential solution to their midfield requirements, according to reliable sources at Sky Sport.
Alcaraz, with his burgeoning talent and versatility in the midfield, emerges as a prime candidate to inject youthful energy and creativity into the Juventus squad. Meanwhile, veteran midfielder Bonaventura seems to be off the table, dismissed as a viable option in the club’s pursuit of fresh, emerging talent.