Juventus transfer news & rumors
Juventus, understandably, could be doing a little planning for the future.
The Dutch midfielder is likely to draw plenty of interest from big clubs all around Europe — and Atalanta know it.
No Deadline Day excitement for one of Juve’s youngest players.
Hopefully this doesn’t become awkward.
The big surprise of January is officially here.
And just like that, things are done.
That’s a whole lot of money, honey.
Guessing he’s the second most-known Carlos Alcaraz in the world.
Well so much for Kean’s European adventure experiencing Spain for the first time.
So much for a quiet couple of days to end the January transfer window.
Just Saudi being Saudi, it seems.
Juventus and Atalanta have done business before, but this would be a very interesting negotiation.
The club’s first January transfer window signing has been talking about his move from Lille
After waiting a little longer than we initially expected, Juventus’ first (and likely only) January signing is done.
As one young striker comes to the fore, another one looks like he’s heading out the door for the rest of the season.
If you were thinking Juventus would sign a midfielder in the next couple of weeks, that doesn’t look very likely.
The first January signing is just a few days away.
Well there’s a name that you probably didn’t expect.
It looks as though Juve are only a few steps away from bringing in their first January signing of the season.
One of Juventus’ best youngsters is heading to the Italian capital for the next few months.
Juve look to be in the market for a central defender come the new year.
So much for the Juve contingent at Frosinone growing by one.
It appears Juve will be doing some sort of business in January, although he won’t come back to Turin until the summertime at the earliest.
A Juve youngster on loan with Frosinone? That never happens!
Could there be another Juve youngster headed to Frosinone on loan?
Juve appear to be shopping in England for a midfield reinforcement.
But, considering his contract has yet to be extended, there’s a good chance of transfer activity.
Juventus’ young Argentine is not going anywhere, according to the club’s sporting director.
Could Juve’s newest teen Dutchman get some valuable playing time come the second half of the season?
Juventus’ midfield woes appear to something that will be addressed come the new year.
The youngster has interest from plenty of clubs, but doesn’t look to be leaving Turin on a short-term basis.