Juve: Fabregas or Brozovic?

by | Aug 13, 2016 08:54

Today’s Italian papers claim Juventus are targeting either Chelsea’s Cesc Fabregas or Inter man Marcelo Brozovic for their midfield.

The Bianconeri need a replacement for Paul Pogba, especially as Claudio Marchisio is out with a knee injury until October or November.

Tuttosport suggest this morning that Fabregas is in pole position, as Coach Max Allegri has been trying to sign him up since his days on the Milan bench.

Today’s Italian papers claim Juventus are targeting either Chelsea’s Cesc Fabregas or Inter man Marcelo Brozovic for their midfield.

The Bianconeri need a replacement for Paul Pogba, especially as Claudio Marchisio is out with a knee injury until October or November.

Tuttosport suggest this morning that Fabregas is in pole position, as Coach Max Allegri has been trying to sign him up since his days on the Milan bench.

Chelsea would be more prepared to let the Spaniard leave than first choice Nemanja Matic, as Antonio Conte publicly locked down the Serbian in a Press conference yesterday.

He only moved from Barcelona to Chelsea in July 2014 for €33m, having previously spent eight years at Arsenal.

However, the Corriere dello Sport’s front page insists that Brozovic is the main target to take over from Pogba.

The Croatia international is only 23 years old and arrived from Dinamo Zagreb in January 2015 for just €8m.

He impressed at Euro 2016 and in Serie A last season, but his agent has complained at low wages at San Siro.

Inter are very unlikely to sell one of their most promising young talents to rivals Juventus, but a €30m offer might prove hard to resist.

Brozovic certainly does not have the international experience of Fabregas, but is six years younger, more affordable and more versatile, as he can play in several different midfield roles.

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