Juventus are set to hold a meeting for PSG’s Angel di Maria at the end of the current campaign.
Nicola Balice has reported that it was Jorge Mendes who had initially proposed Di Maria to Juve and it was then that the Bianconeri made reflections about the player’s potential signing.
While Juve’s plan is to not sign players above the age of 30 as there’s no guarantee of a future fee, they make rare exceptions. Di Maria is one of the exceptions that Maurizio Arrivabene is willing to make, as he was trying to make for Miralem Pjanic and Axel Witsel.
If Di Maria is happy with a one-year deal with the option of a second, the deal can progress. Juve also do not want to go beyond the wage demand of €4-€5 million per season plus bonuses.
A meeting is expected with Jorge Mendes at the end of the campaign. Mendes wants to deal with Juve despite how Cristiano Ronaldo’s situation was handled.