Italian trio want Caceres

by | Jan 14, 2016 09:51

Roma, Inter and Milan have made approaches for Martin Caceres but Juventus want to sell him to a foreign club, say reports.

The Uruguay international’s contract is set to expire in the summer and therefore the Bianconeri are looking to cash in this month.

Tuttosport writes today that Inter and Milan had both shown interest in the versatile defender and now the Giallorossi have also come forward.

Roma, Inter and Milan have made approaches for Martin Caceres but Juventus want to sell him to a foreign club, say reports.

The Uruguay international’s contract is set to expire in the summer and therefore the Bianconeri are looking to cash in this month.

Tuttosport writes today that Inter and Milan had both shown interest in the versatile defender and now the Giallorossi have also come forward.

However, the newspaper believes that the Old Lady have no intention of strengthening their rivals in the winter window and so are working to find him a club outside Italy.

However, the report says that Juve are having problems as there are very few foreign clubs showing an interest in the 28-year-old at the moment.

Caceres has made only three appearances in Serie A this season, having suffered from repeated injury problems. 

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