Thiago Almada has confirmed he wants to leave Atlanta United FC and make the move to Europe, so Milan, Juventus, Inter and Napoli are keeping an eye on the situation.

The 22-year-old already has four senior international caps for Argentina, scoring one goal, and plays in the trequartista role behind the strikers.

He can also be used on the right or left wing of an attacking trident.

With a contract that runs to December 2025, Thiago Almada told ESPN Argentina that he wants to move to Europe “in the next transfer window.”

According to, the asking price is going to be circa €20m and there is going to be plenty of competition from the likes of Manchester United, Chelsea, Liverpool and Barcelona.

As for Serie A, Juventus director Cristiano Giuntoli had already pushed hard to sign Almada for Napoli over the summer, but that was abandoned when he left the club for a move to Turin.

If Juve were to go for Almada, it would likely be with the money raised by selling Samuel Iling Junior to Tottenham Hotspur.

Milan and Inter have also been linked with the player in recent months, though they might have other priorities in January.

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