Juventus and Atalanta are both interested in signing Frosinone midfielder Marco Brescianini, a possible deal that would bring millions to Milan.

The 24-year-old Italian joined the Giallazzurri from the Rossoneri last summer on a definitive transfer that included a 50% future resale clause, giving the Milanese club a chance to cash in should he find his footing with Eusebio Di Francesco’s side.

Brescianini has shown a number of positives for Frosinone across this season, scoring three goals and providing one assist across 28 matches, including the Giallazzurri’s second goal in their recent 3-2 loss to Juventus.

As reported by Federico Albrizio of Calciomercato.com, Juventus and Atalanta are both interested in signing Brescianini in the summer, aware of the circa €10m price tag set by Frosinone. Should the deal go through on those terms, it would secure around €5m in profit for Milan.

Both clubs are looking for smartly valued midfield reinforcements and others could join them in the race in the coming months. Juventus hold a slight advantage due to their pre-existing relationship with Frosinone, having completed various deals in recent seasons including Kaio Jorge and Matias Soule.

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