The Juventus management held a meeting on Thursday to talk strategy ahead of January, where they’ll look for a midfielder and decided to opt for either a six-month loan spell or a proper investment if they managed to sell some youngsters, with Teun Koopmeiners being a priority target in the second case.
Juventus could resort to selling some youngsters to raise money, and they have received a few injuries for Kenan Yildiz. Matias Soulé and Samuel Iling-Junior have also drawn interest from foreign clubs. The Bianconeri could decide to cash in on one or two talents to foot their additions
Kenan Yildiz scored his maiden international goal in his first start with Turkey, celebrating with his tongue sticking out as Juventus legend Alessandro Del Piero did in recent years, mimicking Micheal Jordan. He did it versus Germany, which had tried to convince him to pick them while he was at Bayern Munich.
Juventus are unlikely to make big moves down the stretch, but they are in advanced talks to lock down two promising youngsters, Kenan Yildiz and Dean Huijsen. The former has come off the bench in each of the first two matches this season, providing a spark.
Kenan Yildiz is widely regarded as one of the most gifted talents to emerge from the Bayern Munich youth ranks, and Juventus lead rivals Barcelona in a bid to sign him permanently.