The Bianconeri have done well in the first three months of the season and sit just two points behind league leaders Inter after 14 matches. Whilst they have picked up a number of key wins, Massimiliano Allegri’s side have looked blunt in attack.
As reported by Daniele Longo of Calciomercato.com, Juventus are looking for a winger who can be a consistent source of goals and assists and are planning to intervene in the January transfer window.
Their top choice is Sassuolo’s Berardi, who they’ve been in constant contact with since their attempts to pick him up in the summer. In second place is Sancho, who is clearly on the way out of Manchester United after his public falling out with coach Erik ten Hag.
Interest in Shakhtar Donetsk talent Georgiy Sudakov has started to cool off recently as Juventus would prefer a play who is ready to contribute immediately.