Juventus are gradually edging closer to signing Giacomo Raspadori as a replacement for Paulo Dybala next summer.
In today’s edition of La Gazzetta dello Sport, it has been reported that Juventus have intensified their effort to land Raspadori in the upcoming summer transfer window.
The report believes that Bianconeri and Sassuolo share a healthy relationship. Last summer, Juve signed Manuel Locatelli from Sassuolo. Plus, Raspadori’s agent, Tullio Tinti, is also the representative of Andrea Pirlo. Reaching an agreement with the player would thus not be a problem, as suggested by the story.
Raspadori is reportedly “thrilled” at the prospect of playing for the 36-time Scudetto champions next season. The Neroverdi, however, are expected to be asking for a transfer fee of around €30million for the 22-year-old starlet next summer.
Having failed to reach an agreement over renewal, Paulo Dybala is set to part ways with Juventus in the summer, with the Old Lady hierarchy showing enormous interest in bringing in a young prodigy to replace La Joya’s services.