Juventus to Use Bargaining Chips to Leverage Frattesi Transfer

The future of Sassuolo midfielder Davide Frattesi continues to draw attention. A large contingency of top Italian clubs, including Roma, Inter and Napoli, are in the transfer race, but it is Juventus who are reportedly leading the pack to secure the services of the talented player.

According to Tuttomercatoweb (via SassuoloNews), the auction for Frattesi will begin from €40M, but Juventus have plans to use two of their young talents, Samuel Iling Junior and Pablo Moreno Barrenechea, as bargaining chips in their pursuit of the Sassuolo midfielder.

Of the two, it is Junior who has reportedly impressed the Neroverdi. However, it is expected that the club will explore the possibility of signing either one of the players in a deal involving Frattesi.

Apart from the Bianconeri, Roma have been monitoring the player’s progress for some time, while Inter are also strong contenders to sign Frattesi. It is worth noting that other clubs, including several Premier League teams, are also keeping a close eye on the situation.

As the summer transfer window approaches, the competition to secure Frattesi is expected to escalate. It remains to be seen which club will ultimately succeed in securing the highly sought-after midfielder’s signature.

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