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The movements never stop Cherubs And Arrive well. The January session does not seem to provide ideas but at Juventus, moves are beginning to be outlined in view of the summer transfer market. The list of players for the black and white bands would get longer and longer. For some seasons now, the Old lady look for elements that warrant a generational change to take the place of Alex Sandro And Square. The Juventus market men would also be taking a look at Serie A: the departing Rick is in their sights Karsdorp of the Rome, determined to sell the Dutch winger. The new name launched by Sky Sports would be that of Joakim Mæhlefull-back born in ’97 fromAtalanta. Often employed as a left-back with reversed footing from Gasperini, the Dane can also play on the opposite wing and from outside midfield. His suppleness would have struck Merry which could exploit it for its frequent module changes.
Juventus transfer market, not just Mæhle: the axis with Atalanta
In the last period the moves for the future of the Serie A clubs have increased. The axis between the clubs Juventus and Atalanta for the transfer market it seems to have restarted. Already working to bring the outside Mæhle already in black and white in January, the black and whites would bet many Nerazzurri jewels for the summer. We start with the goalkeeper with Marco Carnesecchicurrently on loan to Cremonawho would be the favorite for the future in goal Old lady. Could be purchased from Juventus but left on loan at least for next season to another Serie A team where he can find continuity of performance. For the defense then, Caleb’s names would be on the list Okoli and George Scalvini. The class of 2001 ex Cremona it is in orbit Juventus since last season but the contacts would not have been decisive yet. Together with him, the young centre-back of the Italian national team would form the black and white defense for the years to come. Scalvini however, he is watched by many top European clubs, including the Manchester City from Guardhouse.