Juventus, Tottenham and more: Where will Vlahovic end up?

by | Oct 5, 2021 10:46

Juventus are reportedly in pole position to sign Dusan Vlahovic, who will not renew with Fiorentina, but the Old Lady faces competition from a host of European clubs.

Tuttosport reports the Bianconeri are planning to make a move for the Serbian striker, who continues to impress at the Artemio Franchi.

Sporting director Federico Cherubini wants to negotiate with Fiorentina and complete a similar deal to the one that saw Federico Chiesa arrive at the Old Lady in 2020.

The Bianconeri could ask for a two-year loan deal with an obligation to buy, but could also include a few players in the deal with the Viola.

Commisso: ‘Vlahovic will not renew with Fiorentina’

Rocco Commisso has since revealed on the Viola’s official website that Vlahovic has decided against renewing with the club and the rumours of a possible move abroad continues.

Vlahovic has been linked with a host of European giants, with Tottenham Hotspur reportedly pushing for a deal during the summer.

Sporting director Fabio Paratici wanted to replace Harry Kane with the Serbia international and could be back to fight Juventus for his signature.

But there were other Premier League giants mentioned in talks with the Viola during the summer, as Manchester City dived in with a proposal, according to TGR Rai Toscana reporter Sara Meini.

Atletico Madrid reportedly offered €70m plus bonuses for the striker, but Vlahovic stayed in Florence.

Commisso could still opt to let the youngster see out his contract, as he confirmed in the statement made on the club’s official website that the player is tied to the Viola for the next 21 months.

Inter reportedly contacted Fiorentina when they were looking for Romelu Lukaku’s replacement this summer but have since picked up Edin Dzeko and Joaquin Correa to replace the Belgian.

The Nerazzurri could return to compete for the promising striker, but Juventus are, according to Tuttosport, in pole position for now.

Dusan Vlahovic

5 Comments

  1. Ayo

    Coming to milan

  2. Pietro

    Why does this site keep talking about clubs like Spurs as a massive club. If you chose them over Juve or Liverpool it’s clearly money. They are a mid table club

  3. Jaz Garcha

    Great move for Juve if it happens
    1 slight problem
    Juve can. Not but players as they have major rejects with contracts and high salary
    Who is going to take Moratta from Juve
    Ramsey

  4. EL CID

    The problem is Rocco hates Juventus and they cannot afford him. Fiorentina would not want to do another Chiesa. Juve is a club now world famous for picking up recycled trash and masters of the loan deal. Marotta will surely be looking at him with a view to making an offer next summer. Better for him to go to Inter as they are playing free flowing football. Knowing the genius crew at Juve, Potata will be signed, Flimsay given a wage increase and McKennie a new 5 year deal. Berna has a love spell over Lord Allegri and Rabiot will soon be inducted into the hall of shame.

  5. Rube

    I totally agree with you here @EL CID. Juventus were great under Moggi and Marotta, both knowing when to get the right deal and how to offload players for big fees. They have been embarrassing themselves in Europe since 1996. They could win another 10 scudettos, but they will never conquer Europe with their timid playing style and never fixing that horrendous midfield. The bigger teams always tend to identify areas of weakness and improve upon it. Juventus keeps regressing on key areas. They got rid of Cancelo for Danilo, a man who couldn’t make it at Real or City. Spinna was deemed to adventurous for Allegri who likes players to take the safe option. This young man would ruin his career if he went to Turin. The best example is De Ligt who has the posture of humpty dumpty. A better club and coach could unlock his full potential such as Conte, Pep or Klopp

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