Serie A giants Juventus are set to make their first offer for Sassuolo’s Domenico Berardi.
The Bianconeri have already agreed personal terms with Berardi but a move is yet to be formally made by the Old Lady.
Carlo Laudisa reports today that Juve have now readied an offer for the Italian and according to the estimates made by sporting director Cristiano Guintoli, their offer would be at €20 million and bonuses of €4 million. They are also willing to add a player worth €6 million to €7 million in the deal.
Matias Soule is said to be one player being considered but there is difference in valuation between the two clubs. The Neroverdi are more attracted towards Samuel Iling Junior, who has also drawn interest from the Premier League, Bologna and Sampdoria. Juve have already rejected a big offer for him.
Juve believe it is unlikely that the Englishman would be included in the deal but it is too early to predict anything, since Sassuolo have not showed openness in selling the player despite Berardi pushing for the move.
Kaustubh Pandey | GIFN