Juventus have been linked with a host of strikers this summer as they look to revitalise the team for new coach Andrea Pirlo.
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First up, Edin Dzeko looks the most likely to arrive in Turin with the Bosnian international reportedly being at the top of Pirlo’s list because of his characteristics and experience of playing at Italy’s top level for five seasons with Roma.
Reports from Italian media suggest that Juve have already agreed a deal with Roma and Dzeko and the move could be finalised in the coming week, given the transfer window in Italy is set to open.
Another choice for the Bianconeri could be Barcelona striker Luis Suarez who has been told that he no longer features in the plans of the Blaugrana.
A possible stumbling block could be the strikers hefty salary, however he may agree a severance with Barca that allows him to leave for free and possibly reduce his salary demands, making him a more viable option for Juventus.
Napoli striker Arkadiusz Milik continues to be linked with a switch to the north of Italy, having reportedly already agreed terms with Juventus management over a move.
The Polish international has just one season left to run on his contract in Naples and has refused to discuss a contract extension, making it ever more likely that he will be leaving the club this summer.
Talks with Napoli have reportedly been ongoing for some time, however the club management are asking for at least €40m to free Milik this summer, a price tag that may be out of Juve’s reach and could prompt them to look elsewhere or possibly try and persuade Milik to wait until next summer, when he can leave for free.
Arsenal striker Alexandre Lacazette is reportedly set to leave the Gunners this summer due to a lack of playing time and the club reinforcing and building around Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
Juve management reportedly held talks with Arsenal management and proposed a player exchange deal that could be deemed favourable to the Gunners management, as they look to reinforce in defence.
Finally, the Old Lady could try to agree a move to bring Moise Kean back to Turin, after a failed season at Everton where he spent most of the campaign on the bench.
The young striker failed to break into the first team and has reportedly been left disappointed and is pushing for a return to Turin.
Juve could propose a loan deal that would allow them to better finance a potential return for Kean, making him the back-up striker as Gonzalo Higuain is almost certain to leave in the coming week.