Juventus have joined Valencia in the race for midfielder Grzegorz Krychowiak, who looks set to leave Paris Saint-Germain this summer, say reports.
Earlier this week PSG Coach Unai Emery confirmed the Poland international would leave the Parc des Princes this summer, a year after joining from Sevilla for €34m.
Plaza Deportiva, the holding midfield role is one which new Los Che boss Marcelino Garcia Toral is keen to address and see’s the former Bordeaux midfielder as ideal.
Whilst Krychowiak would require significant investment, the departures of Diego Alves, Mathew Ryan and Enzo Perez, alongside several more, should mean funds are available for incomings at the Mestalla.
However, Juve are also keen for the 27-year-old and a move to the Italian champions could mean Tomas Rincon and Mario Lemina leave the J-Stadium and join Valencia instead.