Juventus management and coach Massimiliano Allegri have decided to put Filip Kostic, Leandro Paredes, and Alvaro Morata as their main targets this summer.
The Bianconeri already made some big moves in the transfer market with the signings of Paul Pogba, Angel Di Maria, and Gleison Bremer. However, their coach, Massimiliano Allegri is still not satisfied and wants more arrivals this summer.
The injury to Pogba also triggered the tactician’s hope that Juve are not done yet in the market. As reported by Sky Sport’s Gianluca Di Marzio(via Football Italia), Allegri had a meeting with the club’s management yesterday to discuss the transfer market.
From that meeting, both parties came to an agreement that the club will target three more players this summer. The names that they are keen on signing are, Filip Kostic, Leandro Paredes, and Alvaro Morata.
The Bianconeri already agreed on personal terms with Kostic but is yet to strike a deal with Eintracht Frankfurt, who wants around €15m to €20m for their star.
Meanwhile, PSG are open to selling Paredes but they want at least €15m for the Argentinian. As for Morata, negotiation remains tough as Atletico Madrid are not willing to give any discount.