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Juventus to offer Storari as part of Jovetic transfer

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Juventus are prepared to offer goalkeeper Marco Storari as part of a swap deal to sign Stevan Jovetic from Fiorentina, according to Tutto Sport.

The Italian source has revealed that, despite stating that he wishes to stay with the Old Lady, Storari could be used as a makeweight in trying to lure the Viola’s striker.

With Vincenzo Montella’s team currently seeking goalkeeping reinforcements, an offer of Juve’s backup keeper could be an attractive option, after they have been reluctant to sell the Montenegrin.

The former AC Milan stopper, who signed for the Turin club in 2010, made 23 Serie A appearances in his first season, but has only played six times in the last two years for the current Italian champions, and is an understudy to Gianluigi Buffon.

Mauricio Isla and Luca Marrone have also caught the interest of the Florence club, but Storari is seen as a more logical choice.

Jovetic, who scored 13 goals in Serie A last season, is valued at 30 million euros by Fiorentina.

 

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