Juventus are still waiting to find out how long Paul Pogba will be out for, so have reportedly asked Roma for Jordan Veretout on loan.

Pogba is set for a specialist consultation today to decide on the course of treatment for the lesion to the lateral meniscus in his right knee.

With at least a month on the side-lines and possibly far more, Juve are looking for other alternatives.

According to Radio Radio, they have asked Roma for the availability of Veretout on a paid loan for the rest of this season.

Veretout is not part of Jose Mourinho’s plans at the Stadio Olimpico and has also been linked with Olympique Marseille and Milan.

The 29-year-old is also a France international with five senior caps and his contract with the Giallorossi runs to June 2024.

Veretout has 166 Serie A appearances under his belt, scoring 33 goals and providing 13 assists.

3 thought on “Juventus ask Roma for Veretout after Pogba injury”
  1. LOL they wanted Zaniolo and now get a player Mou wants rid of. Hurrah CL victory is all but guaranteed. Real Madrid, Liverpool, Bayern, City, Chelsea, Barca, Atleti and all the other big boys of Europe will be having sleepless nights. All jokes aside this is a good stop gap for Juve. There is some goal threat with Jordan but give him PhD Max and he will be a register, so no venturing allowed, just like a handicapped Locatelli playing 80 miles from goal.

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