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Internal and external factors must combine to help Juventus sign coveted midfielder

November 26, 2022 - 10:00 pm

Juventus remains keen on adding Sergej Milinkovic-Savic to their squad as Lazio battles to keep the Serbian midfielder.

He is one of the best players in his position in Serie A and the Bianconeri have had their eyes on him for a long time.

They consider him one player who could make their team better, but Lazio is keen to ensure he does not leave.

If he does, they want to sell him to a club outside of Serie A, instead of strengthening a rival.

The player can earn interest from even more clubs as he competes in the World Cup for his country.

A report on Football Italia says Juve faces an uphill task in trying to buy him, but some factors could help them win the race.

It reveals if he has a bad World Cup, his value will not increase, which means they can sign him for around 60m euros.

They could also make the move happen by freeing Adrien Rabiot’s salary and returning Leandro Paredes to PSG.

Juve FC Says

Milinkovic-Savic is one of the finest players we can sign and the midfielder certainly has what it takes to perform at the Allianz Stadium.

But we must be prepared to raise as much money as possible to complete the transfer.

If we don’t, another suitor could easily swoop and add him to their squad.

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    Uncle Petter November 27, 2022 at 9:03 am

    Pros of signing SMS:
    World class player who would walk into any team.
    Can cover any midfield position.
    Better than any of our current midfielders.
    When Rabiot, Mckennie, Paredes and Zakaria leaves – juve will only have 5 central midfielder (including Rovella, excluding Ranocchia) one of them being the injury prone Pogba. Another midfielder is needed
    Is he and Pogba compatible? They occupy similar roles and posistions.
    Price and resource allocation. For once Juve`s midfield is not to bad, and its more crucial to strenghten other positions.
    Signing him will mean less playing time for Juve`s precious midfield talents.