Juventus could bring Simone Zaza to the club in January to replace Sebastian Giovinco.
According to Calciomercato.com, Juve slender one point lead at the top of the table, combined with their progression to the last 16 of the Champions League has prompted Beppe Marotta into action. Juve will invest in a new striker in the form of Zaza while Sebastian Giovinco would be sold to Fiorentina to make room. According to the report, Sassuolo are looking to reduce their dquad numbers to deal with their increasing salary costs and would be open to the idea of sellign their half of the striker.
Meanwhile in Naples, a deal looks all but done for the partenopei to buy Manolo Gabbiadini for a fee in the region of €13m, an amount that would be split equally between co-owners Juventus and Sampdoria.