Good news for Tottenham and West Ham. Rolando Mandragora, who was reported as untransferable this week, is now said to have a price tag at Juventus.
Gazzetta dello Sport has a huge article spread over pages 1, 2 and 3 in their Friday edition, saying how Juventus will raise money to pay Gonzalo Higuain’s €98m release clause at Napoli.
The Old Lady will have to sell some players, and Mandragora could be one of them. The newspaper considers the 19-year-old to be worth around €10m. Napoli are also on the list of clubs who’d like to sign him.
This week we covered claims from TuttoMercatoWeb which said Juve had no intention of selling or even loaning the player.
However, if they spend that amount of money on Higuain, the club’s stance may change a little bit, and that could be a good chance for those who want to go shopping in Turin.
The left footed youngster can play both as a central midfielder, defensive midfielder, or as a central defender. Mandragora has represented Italy at every level from U17 to U21, making his U21 debut last August, despite being just 18 years old at the time.