There are ten, in fact, the strikers of a good standard whose cards (totally or partially) belong to Juve and some are very young. Yesterday the long day of meetings brought out a clear strategy for the Bianconeri, the intention is not to deprive of the co-ownership of the attackers who are good now and maybe they will be very good in a few years. Just think of Manolo Gabbiadini at the center of negotiations that should lead Simone Zaza from Sampdoria to Juventus. The blucerchiati would like to give Juve half of Zaza evaluating it 2 million, while Marotta and Paratici are pushing to have the entire card evaluating it at 3 million.
Sampdoria would like to insert into the Agreement half of Gabbiadini, Juve, however, is willing to give up sports rights for next season as long as the Samp goes to take half of the card that Manolo is currently owned by Atalanta: something that now seems to be done. Among other things, the Lazio tried to probe the availability of the two clubs for detecting the entire card of Gabbiadini, but received a flat refusal. And also with regard to Immobile, Juve (which owns half Boakye as well) don’t seem willing to give up its 50%.
Who leaves? Outgoing however, there are definitely one or preferably two of the attackers who have competed and won last season. Vucinic, Matri, Quagliarella and Giovinco are all transferable, but there are two problems. First: no concrete offers have arrived, only a few survey. Second, is not so obvious that the strikers of Juve accept other destinations because economically it is more advantageous to stay in Turin and chase the rich prizes that are paid out in the event of victory. It’s also true, however, that not playing dislikes to all and towards the end of August, when the hierarchies will be clearer, someone might decide to leave Juve to go to play a season as a protagonist in another team. And if there were two transfers could open up the place for the arrival to Juve of Stevan Jovetic, the first objective of Antonio Conte.