Juventus are working on a deal for Pescara midfielder Mamadou Coulibaly while also finalising a contract for Moise Kean who is expected to sign his first professional contract with the Bianconeri.
First up, Italian transfer journalist Gianluca Di Marzio reports that Juventus sporting director Fabio Paratici met with Pescara president Sebastiani and sporting director Leone to discuss the prospects of signing promising young midfielder Mamadou Coulibaly. It’s reported that if Juventus are successful in agreeing a deal, the 18-year-old Senegalese midfielder could remain with Pescara in Serie B next season or possibly join the Juventus primavera.
The two parties also took the opportunity to discuss Riccardo Orsolini and Andrea Favilli, both of whom Juve have an interest in. Pescara are kean to have the pair on loan, and while Orsolini is owned outright by the Bianconeri, Favilli’s future is a little more complicated – Ascoli will have to redeem the player from Livorno, before agreeing a deal with Juve for him. If you fancy a punt on Serie B next season you can get great deals right here from MyBestBettingSites.co.uk
Last of all, Moise Kean is poised to finally sign his first professional contract with Juventus. The 17-year-old talent has had a promising few seasons with the Primavera and made his debut with the senior squad this term. After much toing-and-froing, it’s reported by both Goal and Sky Sport’s Fabrizio Romano that Kean will put pen to paper on a deal with the Bianconeri at the close of the season before heading out to Holland to join Zwolle on loan next season.