TORINO – With them, at least for what has happened so far, it is difficult to argue. They make you wait (see the long wait last spring when Maurizio Sarri he was breaking free from the Blues and then signing with the Italian champions), they make themselves respected but the feeling is mutual and in short: Juventus is Chelsea they have good reasons to share common needs. Net of the difficulties on the Jorginho front (the Italian-Brazilian has no substitutes and it is hard that he undoes himself from Stamford Bridge), the two companies know well that they can meet on a topic very dear to both: Emerson Palmieri, one of the best left backs in circulation, one whose fate can be tinged with black and white after a long work on the sides operated by the director Fabio Guild towards the elegant Tsarina Marina Granovskaia. A woman who hardly likes to compromise, but the case of the Italian-Brazilian side is an exception: now in London even the stones have understood that keeping a pink player unhappy and not satisfied with her principal – that is the tough Frank Lampard – no longer suits anyone.
Juventus, as usual, sniffs their prey well before the competition gets uncomfortable. At the moment, the shadow of Inter has not gone down on Emerson, net of the preferences of the person concerned who in remembering positively both Antonio Conte – who trained him for only six months – and Sarri did not skimp on the current technical guide of the bianconeri: «For the time we worked together and for the results, he gave me more», the recent confession. The market team governed by Paratici and Chelsea know their respective intentions perfectly: Juve cannot and does not want to spend much and pushes for an exchange, the Blues for their part are willing to give the go-ahead to the operation as long as the conditions are right. In a nutshell: pay 30 million euros and the full back will be yours. The figure is negotiable, so much so that at an altitude of 25 million the British could seriously give up the 25-year-old.
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