Juventus recently made new contact with the entourage of Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Leandro Paredes.
The Argentine midfielder is said to be a key target for Juve and Max Allegri but they had to finance the move from the sales of players.
Alfredo Pedulla has reported that Veronique Rabiot’s demands from Manchester United in the exit of his son Adrien have sparked a problem in Juve’s chase of Paredes. Juve have asked PSG about the potential of signing the Argentine on a loan deal instead of signing him permanently as it was previously planned.
PSG have not opened up to that possibility, but new conversations have taken place with the midfielder’s entourage. Paredes assured Juve that he still wants a move to the club and is waiting for a resolution to be found regarding the deal, even if it has been complicated by the stalemate involving United and Rabiot. The Bianconeri are still planning to unlock the deal involving Paredes.