Juventus could try again to approach Sassuolo star Domenico Berardi in the January transfer window.
It’s no secret that the Bianconeri tried to sign Berardi in the summer but failed to reach a deal after Sassuolo closed the door on him.
Now Tuttosport writes that they will make another attempt in January, with several different scenarios.
The most important thing is that Sassuolo agree to a loan with an obligation to buy, the agreement that was previously made with the clubs for Manuel Locatelli.
This allows Juventus to spread the cost over several years and get the player immediately. Their asking price for Berardi is at least €30m, especially as their captain is under contract until June 2027.
The 29-year-old Italian was already co-owned by Juventus, from 2013 to 2015, but never played for the Bianconeri.