Luis Muriel is seemingly on the way out at Atalanta and Juventus are one of the clubs interested in picking him up, reports suggest.



Tuttomercatoweb details how the 31-year-old Colombian striker’s contract expires with the Bergamo outfit in the summer of 2024, having quietly signed a one-year extension some time ago. The player currently has no intention of putting pen to paper on a new deal, however, being unhappy with the reduced number of minutes this season.

With less than two years left on his current deal, Atalanta will try to agree a new contract with Muriel, but failing that they’d be willing to sell the 31-year-old next summer.

In the recent summer transfer window, Inter, Roma and Juventus were all interested in picking up Muriel, but none were willing to pay his €15m price tag. The Bianconeri are still keen on the Colombian and could return for him next summer, should a new deal not be signed.

4 thought on “Juventus closely monitoring Muriel situation at Atalanta”
  1. These clubs lack common sense. Won’t pay 15M for someone who will score 10 goals in a season (at least) but have no issues spending 40m plus on younger unproven players. Return on investment is high for a player like Muriel even if you don’t sell him for anything down the line.

  2. Agree with everyone here, Muriel has been one of my favourite players for a while and I’m surprised a ‘big’ club hasn’t come in for him. It obviously didn’t work out in Sevilla but that can happen

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