Juventus could resort to selling some youngsters to raise money, and they have received a few injuries for Kenan Yildiz. Matias Soulé and Samuel Iling-Junior have also drawn interest from foreign clubs. The Bianconeri could decide to cash in on one or two of them to foot their additions, TuttoSport informs.
The forward was targeted by the top Turkish clubs, Fenerbahce, Galatasaray, and Besiktas, last summer. However, the Old Lady wanted more than €10/12M to sell him, and the suitors didn’t tender that much.
Liverpool and Arsenal are touted to be keen on Yildiz ahead of the January window, although they have yet to reach out to Juventus directly. The Old Lady would have to be blown away by an offer to concretely consider partying ways with the starlet. He extended his contract till 2027 in recent months.
The Bianconeri are looking for €35/40M, and it remains to be seen whether a team will be get that high with its proposal. The Gunners seem the most determined side at this stage.
Our Take on Juventus and Yildiz
Their stance, which they made public in the past window, is that pretty much is available at the right price, but their valuations are lofty, probably to use this strategy as little as possible. You never know in today’s football and with the figures circulating in the Premier League, but, despite his potential, it’s fantasy land to think anybody would bid that much for an unproven player.
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