Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri has revealed his transfer priority is to land the club a new attacking-midfielder.
The Old Lady have been very busy in the transfer window already, signing eight new players already.
Busy Summer at Juventus
Juventus have already signed; Sami Khedira, Paulo Dybala, Guido Vadala, Mario Mandzukic, Alberto Cerri, Roberto Pereyra, Norberto Neto and Simone Zaza.
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However, that isn't enough for Allegri, who is now in the market for a new attacking-midfielder.
Juve have however lost star-striker Carlos Tevez, who has rejoined his boyhood club Boca Juniors, and could be in line to lose one of Arturo Vidal or Paul Pogba.
The midfield duo have been strongly linked with moves away from Italy, with several European giants interested in their services.
As well as Pogba and Vidal, the club have also lost midfield maestro Andrea Pirlo, who has joined MLS side New York City.
With the transfer window still open for over a month, Juve will now turn their attentions to a new attacking midfielder.
Premier League Raid?
The Serie A champions have been strongly linked with raiding the Premier League as Allegri targets an Arsenal star, a Chelsea star and a Manchester City star.
According to reports, Mesut Ozil, Oscar and David Silva are high on Allegri's list, and he has alerted the Premier League trio by confirming an attacking-midfielder is his main transfer priority.
Allegri Confirms Interest
“The club is trying to find a player with with attacking quality, who can raise the technical level of this team which already has so many good players,” Allegri said according to the Daily Express
“In that role you need a very technical player, but at the same time we have to make sure we don’t upset the balance of the team.
“The most important thing is what the market offers, we’re considering what we can get, and especially what we need.
“We have clear ideas at this point. The first step is to get a more offensive player, then we’ll see.”
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