Inter star Ivan Perisic prefers joining Juventus over heading to Chelsea or Newcastle United.
Carlo Laudisa has reported about Perisic, claiming that the Croatian and Inter are going further and further away and there is a high risk of a total rupture in relationship. A new deal for the player will now be a very complicated task and Perisic’s demands for a new deal are considered excessive by Inter, who are not willing to go beyond €5 million a season including bonuses.
It is stated that Juve could be his new club if the Bianconeri meet the demands of a two-year deal (with the option of a third) with a wage of €6 million net. The ex-Borussia Dortmund man seems convinced by the opportunity to play for Juve and he does not seemed to be too appealed by the idea of joining Chelsea or Newcastle.
The Magpies offered him a three-year deal worth over €6 million net per season but his agents Frane Jurcevic (his childhood friend) and Ivan Ljubicic (the former tennis player) have always ruled out a project which does not offer Champions League football. Reports yesterday had spoken of an agreement with Chelsea too.
Max Allegri wants the player at Juve too, especially since Juve are likely to move to a 4-3-3 shape next season.