PSG’s Paredes agrees personal terms with Juventus – report

Leandro Paredes has reportedly agreed a deal in principle with Juventus and now an agreement must be found with Paris Saint-Germain. 

The Bianconeri are working hard to try and improve Massimiliano Allegri’s midfield ahead of the rapidly approaching Serie A season and have had their sights set on the 28-year-old Paredes for a little while now, believing he’d be a strong fit.

As reported by Calciomercato.com, Paredes has reached an agreement with Juventus regarding the terms of his contract, namely his salary and the length of the deal. The players wants to join the Old Lady and they’re keen to finalise a move for the Argentinian soon.

Juventus now need to find a deal with PSG; the French giants are requesting around €25m, but the Bianconeri don’t want to pay over €15m including add-ons. The Turin side are currently working on sending Arthur Melo to Valencia, and once this has been completed they’ll look to agree a deal for Paredes.

10 Comments on “PSG’s Paredes agrees personal terms with Juventus – report”

  1. the Serie A clubs love overrated argentine players, pathetic, these guys wont win the clubs anything serious at all, when will people at the clubs start to understand this

  2. They probably sending rabiot or kean in other direction. And they get mf who can cover regista role so can free up locatelli.

    Still main job remains to change arthur, rugani..

  3. Makes no sense. Juve have been crying out for creativity for years. Another defence minded player. Aleggri in charge. Start praying.

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