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Romeo Agresti: ‘Vlahovic could leave, Juve pressing for Frattesi’


Goal Italia’s Juventus correspondent Romeo Agresti offered an update on all things Bianconeri and suggested that striker Dusan Vlahovic may be leaving this summer. Speaking on his Instagram channel, Agresti first talked about the future of Vlahovic, saying he believes there is a ‘good chance’ that the Serbian striker could move this summer, confirming the recent news that Bayern Munich are following the striker closely.

Arek Milik has played a number of games in place of Vlahovic this season, but Juve are reportedly taking their time over whether or not to make his loan move permanent.

Rumours have continued to circulate regarding the future of coach Max Allegri, and Agresti suggests that the decision on the Juve bench will be resolved by June 15. He pointed to the recent comments by the Juve coach following the clubs defeat to Empoli, saying that Allegri’s words were not appreciated by the some of the Bianconeri management.

Denis Zakaria and Arthur Melo are expected to return from their loan spells this summer, but the Swiss midfielder already has teams interested in him, while Arthur could make a move to La Liga.

The situation over Cristiano Giuntoli’s arrival as Juve’s new sporting director has been widely reported in the Italian press, and Agresti confirms that Giuntoli has a deal with the Old Lady, but is waiting to free himself from Napoli.

Juventus are also pushing to sign Sassuolo midfielder Davide Frattesi, while Nicola Rovella is expected to return to the club and remain for next season, while talented youngster Dean Huijsen and Kenan Yilmaz will be part of the clubs pre-season tour. Another Juve youngster, Samuel Iling-Junior is attracting attention from Premier League sides, while veteran winger Angel Di Maria was looking to remain in Turin and has been surprised by Juve’s decision to let him go this summer.


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