Di Gregorio

Juventus set for Di Gregorio medical, Thuram withdraws from France U23 squad


Juventus are on the verge of finalizing two significant transfers as the summer window heats up. Michele Di Gregorio, the Italian goalkeeper, is scheduled to undergo his medical examination with Juventus on Friday, July 5. The deal between Juventus and Monza for Di Gregorio has been in place for some time, with the Biancorossi set to receive €20 million for the transfer. The two clubs have already completed the exchange of necessary documents for the 26-year-old goalkeeper.

Sky Sport Italia report how Di Gregorio, who was named Serie A Goalkeeper of the Season, is poised to become Juventus’ second signing of the summer. His arrival could potentially lead to the departure of either Wojciech Szczesny or Mattia Perin, both of whom have contracts expiring in June 2025.

In another development, Khéphren Thuram, the 22-year-old midfielder from Nice, is also set to join Juventus. Thuram, brother of Inter Milan striker Marcus and son of former French international Lilian Thuram, will not participate in the upcoming Olympics with the French U23 team.

French Olympic team coach Thierry Henry announced during a press conference that Thuram will not be part of the squad for the Games, as per Juventus’ request. This decision strongly indicates that Thuram’s move to Turin is all but confirmed.

These two signings represent significant reinforcements for Juventus as they look to strengthen their squad for the upcoming season. The official announcements for both transfers are expected to follow shortly after the completion of the medical examinations and final paperwork.


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