The 24-year-old Argentine joined the Friulian side in September 2020 from Boca Juniors and he’s adapted well to life in Europe, impressing over the last two seasons. This campaign, Molina scored seven goals and provided five assists in 35 Serie A appearances, attracting the attention of a number of top clubs.
As reported by Tuttosport, Juventus are looking to accelerate in their work to sign Molina and Udinese have set a €25-30m price tag on the player, giving the Bianconeri something to think about.
Juventus cannot afford to pay this fee for Molina this summer but the excellent relationship between the two clubs could help facilitate a deal regardless, with Udinese particularly interested in Filippo Ranocchia, a talented midfielder who impressed on loan at Vicenza.
Molina is already a full-fledged international and made five appearances in Argentina’s successful Copa America run last year.
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