Juventus are following various tracks to strengthen their squad in the winter market, so they can provide Massimiliano Allegri with more options in the second half of the season.
The Old Lady have gaps to fill, partly caused by Cristiano Ronaldo’s late move to Manchester United.
La Stampa, via Calciomercato.it, say the Serie A side are looking to bolster midfield in January and Ronaldo’s teammate, Donny van de Beek is identified as a candidate.
The 24-year-old, who has struggled for minutes since swapping Ajax for the Red Devils in 2020, is ‘unhappy’ with his life at Old Trafford.
Limited playing time under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has convinced him to look elsewhere in the next window.
This is where the Italian club fits in. The report states Juve chief Federico Cherubini would have ‘made contact’ with the Netherlands international’s agent.
A move to Juventus may improve Van de Beek’s chances of enjoying more game time. It’s said the negotiation could take off with the ‘right economic offer’ and the ‘promise’ of more minutes on the pitch.