Juventus freeze market operations till 18th January

Juventus have now frozen their market operations and transfers till the 18th of January.

The Bianconeri have been surrounded by legal issues around money laundering and capital gains in recent months and it lead to the resignation of Andrea Agnelli and Pavel Nedved. But this has led to financial issues for the club.

Corriere della Sera have reported that in the midst of the corporate storm, Juve have frozen their market maneuvers till the 18th of January and that is when the new board of directors will become operational. 

Max Allegri is looking for a right winger this January and Ivan Fresneda is a target. The Real Valladolid youngster is 18 and he is valued at €30 million. Manchester United’s Diogo Dalot is an alternative unless they end up looking for alternatives such as Rick Karsdorp. 

The Bianconeri are looking to keep Adrien Rabiot because of Paul Pogba’s prolonged absence, but an offer of around 25 million will make them sell Weston McKennie next month.


Kaustubh Pandey | GIFN

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