Juventus Consider Not Adding Anybody to Their Midfield

Juventus might ultimately stand pat if they don’t find a strong midfielder for cheap and adapt Kenan Yildiz to the position. The Bianconeri brass and coach Massimiliano Allegri would like to bring in a true difference-maker, but they don’t really have a budget. They’ll have to settle for somebody on an initial loan, La Gazzetta dello Sport informs (via Tuttomercatoweb).

At this stage, the Old Lady isn’t close to any of their rumored targets. They need to wait for the summer to make a sizeable investment. Georgyi Sudakov and Teun Koopmeiners will be the main candidates.

The Juventus boss is already working on Yildiz, who has performed very well in the last two games. He’d have limited room up front with Federico Chiesa and Dusan Vlahovic getting the lion’s share of minutes.

According to TuttoSport, Federico Bernardeschi has been campaigning to return to Turin. If he were still available late in the window, the Bianconeri would indeed consider taking a flier on him.

Our Take on Juventus, Yildiz, and Their Midfield

It’s a fair stance their new regime doesn’t spend money for the sake of it, but they also have a gaping hole. The right kind of signing could impact even the outcome of the title race.

They’d be correct in finding as much game-time as possible for the starlet, but such a role might be too constraining. His skill set and physique are more suitable to play as offensively as possible. They should dust off a trident from time to time.

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