Juventus Turin wants to bounce back after a season to forget and could bet on two players at the end of the contract in their respective club: Paul Pobga and Ángel Di María. More
A season to forget for Juve
A flavorless and trophyless season for Juventus Turin. The Bianconeri never managed to catch up in Serie A, but still managed to get their ticket to the next Champions League. On the European scene, moreover, it was in the round of 16 that Massimiliano Allegri’s men took the door, against Villarreal. Juve had the opportunity to salvage their season in the Italian Cup final, but there too they fell to Inter Milan after extra time.
A season without the slightest title, a first since 2010-2011, and which could have consequences. On the coach, Massimiliano Allegri, weakened by this missed exercise, but also on the next transfer window. Indeed, the Bianconeri would think about different profiles, and would target two players who will be free on July 1st.
Di María and Pogba, real bargains?
According to information from Tuttosport, Juventus would like to recruit Ángel Di María and Paul Pogba, who are coming to the end of their contracts with Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester United at the end of the season. The Argentinian could replace his compatriot Paulo Dybala, who will also take to their heels and should join Inter Milan. The French, meanwhile, would not be against a return to the fold, where he has totally exploded in the eyes of the general public. But Juve is not the only one in the ranks, since PSG is also interested in the French international.
A double blow that could even turn into a triple, since Juventus would also target Nemanja Matić. The Serb has already announced his departure from Manchester United at the end of the season, despite an end of contract in 2023. The former Chelsea player could also land at the Juventus Stadium and strengthen a bianconero midfielder in Bern. Arthur, Locatelli and Rabiot do not give full satisfaction, while Rodrigo Bentancur has been definitively transferred to Tottenham.