The offer was raised but the answer remained the same: a courteous but decided niet. On the Turin-Moscow axis, contacts continue for Aleksandr Golovin, a Russian star who is lighting up the home team, but Juventus now takes home another refusal. Yesterday, Golovin looked away from the bench with Uruguay, but he was nevertheless subject to the attention of others: the Bianconeri increased the purchase offer, from 15 to 19 million (plus bonus), but the figure is still considered low by the CSKA, which increased the claims from 25 to 30 million.
Stall – The deal is now frozen, but the bianconeri have not given up on the idea of bringing to Turin the 22 year old Siberian, who conquered Massimiliano Allegri long before he started distributing cross, punishment and assists to the World Cup. It all started when the player was proposed to Juventus by an intermediary of his attorney, the powerful Oleg Artemov, and immediately found the black-and-white liking. Juventus at the beginning moved to unlit lights, to prevent other big ones from throwing themselves on the midfielder, but the exploit in the Russian debut had the effect of engaging the others and making the evaluation leaven. Marotta and Paratici had started an offer of 15 million euros, compared to a request for 25 million cash from the Russians. Now the price has already risen by 5 million, also due to the interest of wealthy companies such as Chelsea (owned by the Russian magnate Roman Abramovic, who always has a good influence on his countrymen) and Arsenal. With the boy there is already an agreement on the word for a contract of 3 million euros per season (including bonuses), but because the ball goes into the hole you will need to find a meeting point with the CSKA.
Spanish voices – Juventus will try again, but in the meantime it also works on something else. The sales for example: tomorrow should be the day of the signing of Rolando Mandragora. Juventus and Udinese are defining the last details for the formula: the solution could be a two-year loan with a right of recompense set at 20 million. The bianconeri aim to collect between 18 and 20 million. Stall time for goalkeeper Emil Audero (he too could end up with Udinese, who must first sell Meret) and Alberto Cerri, who does not convince the Friulians (he is also interested in Eintracht). From Spain give Diego Godin away from the renewal with Atletico and very close to Juve, while Miralem Pjanc (flattered by the interest of the blaugrana) is constantly approached the Barcelona. Juventus denies that there have been offers for the midfielder: he will only start if he explicitly asks to be sold and for a very important offer.