Euro 2020

Juventus, Paratici would be ready to challenge Inter and Fiorentina for Tonali – Euro 2020

by: Adam Smith


The Juventus In the summer he will probably invest in midfield with the idea of inserting more quality and possibly rejuvenating the Juventus squad. There is much talk of the possible arrival in Turin of Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba, who is ready to leave England one year after his contract expires (in June 2021). However, the Bianconeri club is also working on another quality graft. Second Football the Bianconeri would be ready to fight with some Serie A clubs for one of the main talents of Italian football.

Let’s talk about the Brescia midfielder Sandro Tonali, which will almost certainly leave the Lombardy club at the end of the season. President Massimo Cellino is aiming to cash in at least 50 million euros from the 2000 class talent. He also hopes that the player will be the protagonist at the Euro 2020 with Roberto Mancini’s Italian national team so that his price can even increase. According to the latest market rumours Juventus would be ready to challenge Inter And Fiorentina for the purchase of the Italian national team.

Juventus challenge Inter and Fiorentina for Tonali

One of the most valuable pieces of Italian football is definitely Sandro Tonali, the Brescia midfielder is proving his worth even in Serie A despite the difficulties in the standings of the Lombardy club. It currently has a valuation of 50 million euros but there would be at least three Italian teams on the 2000 class. Juventus, Inter and Fiorentina They could compete in the summer for the Italian national team, certainly the first two start ahead of the club of Commisso precisely because in all likelihood next year they will play the Champions League.

Fiorentina, on the other hand, is ready to build a winning project over the years and the idea Tonal it would serve to give a lot of enthusiasm to an important square like the Tuscan one. President Cellino is likely to wait until Euro 2020 to deal with a possible divestment. The hope of the president of Brescia is that the young man will be the protagonist in the highest European competition for nations and that maybe for him a real market auction can be unleashed.

The Juventus market

The strategy of Juventus is therefore evident, to buy quality youngsters who can be ready for the immediate but also represent the future of the Juventus club. A policy that began as early as last summer with the arrival in Turin of twenty-year-oldde De Ligt, Demiral, Romero and Pellegrini and that will continue the next summer transfer with the offensive midfielder Dejan Kulusevski. The 2000 former Atalanta class and currently on loan at Parma until June will be one of Juventus’ strengths next season.

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