The transfer market for Juventus may still have some surprises in store as the Bianconeri’s management continues to actively explore opportunities to bolster their midfield. In recent hours, a series of behind-the-scenes developments have unfolded, shedding light on the club’s attempts to secure new acquisitions.
Sky Sport Italia report that one notable effort involved Juventus’ pursuit of Giacomo Bonaventura, but the attempt proved futile. Despite the midfielder being in the final year of his contract with Fiorentina, the Viola did not yield to the conditions proposed by Juventus, leaving the potential transfer in limbo.
Two other players under consideration in the Bianconeri’s midfield reinforcement plans are Roberto Pereyra and Lazar Samardzic, both from Udinese. In the case of Pereyra, who has had a previous stint with Juventus under Allegri, the Turin-based club initiated inquiries, but the outcome was once again negative. Additionally, the club made a move for Lazar Samardzic, a German talent born in 2002, with an offer of a loan without an obligation to buy. However, Udinese rejected the proposal, indicating that Samardzic might not be making a move to Juventus in this transfer window.
Meanwhile, the imminent departure of Moise Kean to Atletico Madrid is anticipated, pending official confirmation. The 2000-born forward was spotted in the stands at the Wanda Metropolitano during Atletico’s match against Valencia. The deal is expected to be a costly, straightforward loan, with thorough medical examinations scheduled today in light of Kean’s recent injury. Additionally, the arrival of Pedro Felipe, a 2004-born defender from Palmeiras, is expected tomorrow, adding depth to Juventus’ defensive lineup.