ROME – According to the Spanish newspaper Don Balon, Juventus wants Isco.
For the Spanish newspaper behind this market operation there would be the direction of Cristiano Ronaldo who played with the Andalusian playmaker for five seasons. According to Don Balon, the Portuguese is trying to convince his former partner that he is no longer sure of the starting spot.
Juventus, says Don Balon, would be ready to offer up to 65 million euros. Real Madrid, however, asks for 80.
A difference, the one between Juve and Real, that the bianconeri could fill after selling the now six famous players made redundant cited by Maurizio Sarri.
Paulo Dybala also appears among the six players that Juventus would like to sell to make cash. But not only. In the list there is also Gonzalo Higuain approached to Rome several times in recent months. Rome, however, remains at the window also for Mauro Icardi. On the Argentine, however, there is also Naples.
The chessboard of the transfer market, in short, still remains indecipherable. Everything will depend on the next moves of Juventus, Napoli, Inter and Roma. All that remains is to wait for the next few weeks, the latest in the market, to understand how this year's roses will be completed.
Source: Don Balon, Tuttosport.
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