TURIN – On the one hand the negotiation to try to complete the transfer of a football player, on the other the duel to try to get our hands on another. It also works like that, the football market. And specifically, this is how the transfer market of Juventus and Napoli works. Between intersections, challenges, diplomacies, moves and counter-moves.
The fact that Juventus market leaders have placed the top of the shopping list, under the heading of attackers, is by now well known Arek Milik. Polish center forward who with Maurizio Sarri has already had the opportunity to work from 2016 to 2018 in the common Neapolitan experience and that from Sarri could precisely return in place of another (almost ex …) loyal, Gonzalo Higuain, as shoulder of Cristiano Ronaldo.
A matter of age, of characteristics, of further growth potential. Juventus tries very well (for him as well as for Icardi and for Raul Jimenez is Gabriel Jesus): at stake there are technical counterparts that can sweeten the financial outlay (as is the practice, so far, for Juve; but also as a must, from now on, for all clubs struggling with the economic consequences of pandemic and championship stops). The hottest names are the offensive midfielder Federico Bernardeschi and the defender Cristian Romero, purchased last summer from Genoa and left on loan to the rossoblùs. It will not be so easy to come to an agreement (also because, for example, in the case of Bernardeschi there are problems in terms of compatibility of engagements), but work is in progress.
At this point, however, it will be curious to understand if, and possibly what, the simultaneous race to will have an effect on the Milik negotiation Jeremie Boga, in which both Juventus and Napoli are involved.
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