Serie A side Juventus are said to be taking concrete steps in attempts to sign Monaco’s Aurelien Tchuoameni and Marseille’s Boubacar Kamara.
Journalist Nicola Balice has reported that the Bianconeri are always keeping a close eye on players in France and they’ve taken ‘several’ steps in the direction of potentially signing Tchouameni. They looked at him in the summer but they couldn’t meet the conditions put forward by Monaco but the Old Lady will try again, with Chelsea are interested in him.
Juve are also ready to intensity talks for Kamara before deciding whether to sign him or not. They are said to have excellent relations with Marseille and since Kamara’s contract runs out in 2022, they could initiate talks in January.
Benoit Badiashile is also being looked at and he could be an option to potentially succeed Giorgio Chiellini.