Juventus Not Giving Up the Chase for Swedish Talent

Juventus have rekindled their interest in Emil Holm. Atalanta haven’t struck a complete agreement with Spezia just yet. The Bianconeri are keen on adding him, but they’ll need to trim their squad before making an addition, Sky relays.

They are considering loaning two youngsters who could use more playing time, Samuel Iling and Matias Soulé. Should at least one of the two depart, the Old Lady would resume tracking the Swede concretely.

Juventus already added Timothy Weah on the right flank, but he’s the only pure option, plus their pursuit of Holm was impeded by more pressing needs. Atalanta are in advanced talks for a loan with an obligation to buy for a €10M package, but Spezia are holding firm in their demands.

The youngster wasn’t utilized in the opener against SudTirol, as he’s likely to depart. Sassuolo had also tried to lure him. The Aquilotti want to monetize fully despite their relegation.

Our Take on Juventus, Atalanta, and Holm

While Andrea Cambiaso is ambidextrous, he’s more comfortable on the left wing. The Old Lady technically has three options there, the other being Filip Kostic and Iling, and one on the right. The Serb was suspiciously unused versus Udinese, and there could be something there. Weston McKennie looked good on the flank, though. They could go ahead if the price were right, but it’s not necessarily an urgent acquisition.

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