Juventus are believed to be following Shakhtar Donetsk midfielder and Ukraine international Heorhiy Sudakov, whose current employers value him at a sum of €30m according to recent reports.
According to Tuttosport, the Bianconeri and sporting director Cristiano Giuntoli have somewhat of a plan to bring the highly-rated 21-year-old over to Turin in January, but only if certain conditions are met before then.
With Paul Pogba now facing a multiple-year suspension and Nicolo Fagioli not back before the end of the 2023-24 season, Juventus are still in need of midfield reinforcements, but would likely need to move players on to raise funds before bringing any more in.
Tuttosport reports that England U21 international Samuel Iling-Junior is the most likely to be moved on, more so than other emerging talents such as Matias Soule or Kenan Yildiz.
Iling-Junior is believed to have admirers in the Premier League, including Tottenahm, who would need to pay a fee in excess of €20m to acquire his services.
If Juve were able to move players on for reasonable fees in January, there could potentially be incomings according to Monday’s report. While Sudakov remains at the top of Juventus’ wishlist, Atletico’s Rodrigo De Paul also remains an enticing option.