Nedved Says Juventus Won’t Make Moves in Next Window

Juventus vice-president Pavel Nedved doesn’t anticipate Juventus being active in January, although he expects other clubs to complete some interesting acquisitions. Instead, the Bianconeri will look to improve from within thanks to several returns from injury.

The former winger spoke to SportMediaset.

“I think it will be a great transfer market window, but not for us. We will get right internally. We have a squad that can do very well very well from January on.”

Nedved dished on the starlets that have taken advantage of their opportunities.

“They were forced to play a lot of minutes, but it was important and they are fully part the squad. We will fare much better once everybody is back. The break will be a blessing and not a doom for us. Federico Cherubini and the other executives have been capable in investing in young players. Something meaningful is starting to grow from those who were born from 2000 and after. They will reach the first team more easily thanks to the Next Gen side. The leap isn’t that massive now.”

Our Take on the Words by Nedved on the Transfer Market

The elimination from the Champions League removes any ambition of going after a big fish like Sergej Milinkovic-Savic, also considering the monetary hit. The hope Paul Pogba will be in good shape, plus the emergence of Nicolò Fagioli and Fabio Miretti and the returns of Weston McKennie and Leandro Paredes, take away some urgency to bolster the midfield.

On the other hand, with 3-5-2 and Danilo and Alex Sandro as braccetti, they are thin on the flanks. The arrival of somebody for cheap, like Alvaro Odriozola, or the early return of Andrea Cambiaso, might still be in the cards.

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