Juventus transfer news: Allegri has no problems with Dybala, Juventus looking to sign Serie A midfielder and more - 24th December
Allegri rubbishes Dybala rumours
Dybala is constantly getting dropped by Juventus in recent matches and they do look more balanced without the talented Argentine forward. He managed to score when he got the opportunity to start in Copa Italia but he hasn't gotten many chances in the league.
Earlier Juventus vice-president Pavel Nedved adviced the Argentine forward to make a few sacrifices in personal life. But the Juventus manager has come out and said that there are no problems with the 24-year-old. "There is absolutely no problem – the problem would be not having him," Allegri told Premium Sport.
Juventus looking to raid Roma for Strootman
Kevin Strootman has done well for Roma for a few years now and is one of the most sought-after midfielders in Serie A. Juventus are looking to improve their midfield and have set their sights on the Dutch midfielder.
According to Sky Sports, Juventus have shown their interest in signing the Dutch midfielder who has recovered to full fitness after a series of knee injuries. It won't be easy for the Turin based club to convince Roma to sell such an important player but Juventus have an option to trigger the release clause of Strootman. Kevin Strootman reportedly has a 45 million euros release clause in his contract and Juventus might decide to trigger it.
Juventus keeping tabs on Genoa youngster
Eddy Salcedo is only 16 years old but has already made a Serie A appearance for Genoa. The wonderkid who plays in Genoa's U19 team has caught the attention of many clubs.
According to Rai Sport, Juventus have shown their interest in bringing this 16-year-old forward to Turin. The Turin based club would have to beat the competition from other Serie A big names and European giants to get his signature.
Premier League clubs interested in Daniele Rugani
Danielle Rugani is a talented defender but he has failed to nail a place in Juventus' defence. The 23-year-old is looking unsettled at Turin due to lack of minutes on the field and might decide to make a move in January.
According to Italian newspaper Posticipio, Rugani has already packed his bags as he is a ready for a move away from Turin. Arsenal is looking interested in signing the 23-year-old defender but they will have to fight off competition from Manchester United for the 35.5 million pound defender.