Juventus Considering Stunning Approach for Inter Midfielder

It shapes up to be a revolutionary summer at Juventus as new manager Thiago Motta plans to overhaul the underachieving Bianconeri squad. According to SportMediaset, via FCInterNews, the Turin side’s latest idea to strengthen their midfield is none other than Inter star Davide Frattesi.

Juventus are frantically looking for reinforcements after going four seasons with a Serie A trophy. Aston Villa’s Douglas Luiz is already on the Allianz Arena’s doorstep. Enzo Barrenechea and Samuel Iling-Junior will head in the opposite direction as part of a massive swap player-plus-cash swap deal.

On top of that, Juventus have recently stepped up their effort to bring Nice midfielder Khephren Thuram to Italy. But with Adrien Rabiot undecided about his future, the record-time Serie A champions remain in the market for one more midfield addition.

It could come from the unlikeliest of places. Juventus and Inter are arch-rivals, and players have rarely shifted allegiances in recent years. But Frattesi, who moved to Giuseppe Meazza only last summer, could buck that trend.

Despite dishing out around €30 million to sign from Sassuolo, Inter failed to back their star with regular first-team action. As Piotr Zielinski comes in, the 24-year-old may want to reconsider his options. Juventus are lurking in the shadows, contemplating an audacious bid.

The alleged Juventus target might have struggled for playing time last season, but he’s still vital to Italy. Frattesi has started both group matches at Euro 2024 and should retain his place in Luciano Spalletti’s XI against Croatia on Monday.

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